it means that 33% of the people did not score that.
It is the vast majority of people say 100 people took a test 5th-95th percentile would be the middle 90 people
It means that 85% of people are under it
It means that 69 people out of 100 weight less then you.
It means you are in the 98th percentile of all people. You qualify for Mensa.
means that your in the top one percentile of people, which is relativeley smart =)
Yes, the mean (and median and mode) is the 50th percentile of any normal distribution.
"Performing above the seventieth percentile" means to perform better than seventy percent of all people who took that particular test.
It is the minimum value.
A 99.6 percentile means that 99.6% of the data in the sample is at or below the data point given.
35% of values lie below the 35th percentile. The median (middle value) is the 50th percentile, 50% lie below it and 50% above.
The 70th percentile is the score below which 70 percent of the cases fall. If your 70th percentile is 56, 70 percent of students scored below 56.
It seems to mean Taking advantage of opportunities, but not of people.
It is the 31st percentile.
No, it is not.
92nd percentile is the value below which 92 percent of the cases fall. If in a test your 92nd percentile score is 70, it means 92 percent of the students scored below 70.
It is 1.28
Mean = average and median = the middle value in an array of all values received. So to answer your question the 50th percentile of a distribution is the same as median.
Microcephaly is an extremely rare condition in which the fetus's head circumference is lower then one percentile.
if he is taking about people.. you know that i have a lot people..
"You're in good hands" means that the person or people taking care of you are capable and good at taking care of people.
Percentile means where, if you lined all the data up from lowest to highest. 25th percentile means 25% of the way from the bottom. So for salary, line up all the people in order of salary from nothing to the richest guy, then walk 25% of the way from the bottom and ask that guy how much he makes.
Well they would been categorizing your baby in the 15th percentile of something. It could be that your baby is in the 15th percentile of above average weight gain, growing, motor skills, etc.
example. a baby is in the 30th percentile for weight. that baby is bigger than 29 babies out of 100, and smaller than 69.