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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
 



 
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