there is no outlier because there isn't a data set to go along with it. so theres no outlier
A single observation cannot have an outlier.
the most common cause of an outlier is an error in the recording of data.
If the outlier is excluded the median of the data will be higher.
If a data set has an outlier, you would normally deal with it by omitting it from the average of the other values.
Yes, it will. An outlier is a data point that lies outside the normal range of data. This means that if it is factored in the mean will move in the direction the outlier is, really high if the outlier was high, and really low if the outlier was low.
Yes, any data point outside thestandard deviation its an outlier
An Outlier; an Outlier is when a point is not part of a trend (pattern)
Yes there can be more then one outlier
An outlier does affect the mean of the data. How it's affected depends on how many data points there are, how far from the data the outlier is, whether it is greater than the mean (increases mean) or less than the mean (decreases the mean).