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Q: How can an outlier be determined in a line plot?

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A line plot is a graph used to show frequency of data along a number line. You should use a line plot with less than 25 numbers to compare.

no,you use a data when doing a vote. a line plot is for fractions or time line.

No. When you draw a best line of fit on the scattered plot, the line would not be straight.

Wrong: 1) They are not the same 2) they are similar 3) A line plot plot on the number line and a frequency table doesn't have to Answer: But they both show the data in an easy-to-read way

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A number that is different from any other numbers in the data.!

a number that is way different than all the other ones

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i can not tell you need to space it out and to find outlier try using a box and whisker plot. and if it is just one number there is no outlier

try this site https.google.com

The outlier is the number in a line plot that is right after the gap, the number that is way far away from all the clusters but sstill has data recorded in it, basically its just the odd one out of the bunch, almost like it doesnt belong or make sense but is true.

The answer will depend on what PLOT A and PLOT B are. But since you have chosen not to provide that information the answer is

A plot line is the story line or plot of a piece of writing.

The answer will depend on whether the outlier is determined on the basis of one variable or both variables.

An* outlier is a number that is much, much greater or much, much less than all/most of the other points. Basically the one that messes up the average, so usually outliers are counted out when finding the mean of a set.

A cluster is a group of data, or a bunch. A gap is a huge interval. An outlier is a piece of data that is really small or really big.

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