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Q: What is the range of the data set in the box and whisker plot?

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A box and whisker plot has four quartiles in which its data is spread across.

A box and whisker plot cannot identify the mean or mode.

You cannot. The mode is not part of a box and whisker plot.

On a standard box-and-whisker plot, the averages used are medians. Arithmetic means are used in some box-and-whisker plots, but most use medians.

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A box and whisker plot has four quartiles in which its data is spread across.

The inter-quartile range.

Box-and-whisker plots highlight central values in a set of data. In order to construct a box-and-whisker plot, the first step is to order your data numerically and find the median value.

the example for the box and whisker plot is THESE NUTSS

A box and whisker plot cannot identify the mean or mode.

The box part represents the interquartile range.

A Box and Whisker Plot are always uniform in their use of a box. It is simply a way of graphically depicting groups of numerical data. There can be several forms of this and different shapes.

the box shows you the range of #s from the lower quartile to the upper quartile. the wiskers show you all of the #s outside of the box.

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The highest and lowest numbers in a box and whisker plot are shown by the two dots at the end of the "whiskers". To find the range, you must subtract the highest number from the lowest number.

Outliers on a modified box plot will be noted away from the ends of the whiskers, as they are not considered part of the range, due to the fact that they are so different from the rest of the data. In a regular box plot, the lowest value, whether it is an outlier or not, will be the beginning of the 1st whisker, the highest value, whether an outlier or not will be the end of the 2nd whisker.

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