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Q: Can there be 2 outliers in a set of data?

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They are called extreme values or outliers.

They are called outliers

If the data numbers are all really close together than no. But if the data has numbers; for example: 12,43,45,51,57,62,90 (12 and 90 are the outliers) which are really far aprt, than yes.

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Grubbs test is used to detect outliers in a univariate data set.

Yes, it is.

No. Outliers are part of the data and do not affect them. They will, however, affect statistics based on the data and inferences based on the data.

Mean- If there are no outliers. A really low number or really high number will mess up the mean. Median- If there are outliers. The outliers will not mess up the median. Mode- If the most of one number is centrally located in the data. :)

an outliers can affect the symmetry of the data because u can still move around it

to organize your data set and figure out mean, median, mode, range, and outliers.

It is not.

Values that are either extremely high or low in a data set are called 'outliers'. They are typically 3 standard deviations or more from the mean.

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