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(TCO A) At an outpatient testing center, a sample of 20 days
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(TCO A) At an outpatient testing center, a sample of 20 days showed the following number of cardiograms done each day.
25 31 20 32 13 14 43 2 57 23
36 32 33 32 44 32 52 44 51 45
a. Compute the mean, median, mode, and standard deviation, Q1, Q3, Min, and Max for the above sample data on number of cardiograms per day.
b. In the context of this situation, interpret the Median, Q1, and Q3. (Points : 33)
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Here they are ...
(a) Mean = 33.05, Median = 32, Mode = 32, Standard deviation = 14.18,
Q1 = 24.5, Q3 = 44, Min = 2, Max = 57
(b)Median = 32. This means the number of cardiograms done per day was
more than 32 half the time
Q1 = 24.5. This means the number of cardiograms done per day was
less than 25, quarter of the time
Q3 = 44. This means the number of cardiograms done per day was
more than 44, threequarters of the time
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