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There is no limit to the number of outliers there can be in a set of data.

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What data that does not fit well with the rest of a data set.?

They are called extreme values or outliers.

What is it called when the minimum and maximum values in a data set?

They are called outliers

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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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In general the median of a data set is more resistant to outliers than the mean.?

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Can outliers affect the symmetry of the data?

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

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

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