Name:    Lesson 5: Outliers

1.

You decide to get odd jobs for the summer and you keep a log of your daily earnings. In one month you earned the following amounts:

\$12.50, \$9.45, \$15.52, \$17.22, \$12.45, \$12.67, \$9.50, \$9.25, \$13.50, \$13.12, \$11.23, \$17.44, \$15.52, \$14.00

How many earnings are displayed?
 a. 12 b. 13 c. 14 d. 15

2.

What is the lowest earning?
 a. \$9.00 b. \$9.25 c. \$9.45 d. \$9.50

3.

What is the range of the data?
 a. \$9.25-\$17.44 b. \$9.00-\$17.22 c. \$9.25-\$17.22 d. \$9.50-\$17.22

4.

What is the greatest earning?
 a. \$17.44 b. \$17.22 c. \$17.00 d. \$15.52

5.

What is the mode earning?
 a. \$12.50 b. \$15.52 c. \$11.23 d. \$14.00

6.

What is the mean of the data?
 a. \$13.10 b. \$14.00 c. \$13.50 d. \$14.25

7.

What is the median of the data?
 a. \$12.90 b. \$12.50 c. \$12.67 d. \$13.12

8.

If you removed the highest and lowest values:

What would the new mean be?
 a. \$12.35 b. \$13.67 c. \$13.12 d. \$13.06

9.

What would the new mode be?
 a. \$15.52 b. \$17.22 c. \$12.67 d. \$9.45

10.

What would the new median be?
 a. \$12.67 b. \$13.12 c. \$12.90 d. \$14.00