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mode, median, variance, deviation, percentiles,

quartiles, range and outlier.

1. Calculate the mean, median and mode for each of the following

datasets:

1.1

1.2

1.3

{121; 454; 76; 65; 92; 111; 76; 131; 990; 111}

(a data value significantly different from the other values in the set)

were excluded from 1.1 above?

2. The variance of a set of data is the measure of the average

difference between each number in the dataset and the mean (

Sum of (x - x)2

), while the standard deviation ( ) is the

n

square root of the variance ( 2 ). Consider the following set of

2 =

{5; 10; 15; 20; 25; 30; 35; 40}

3.

this dataset is 7.

xx

( x x )2

3.2

1

1-7 = -6

(-6) = 36

5

6

5-7 = -2

13

4. If the standard deviation of asset of numbers is 1, what does this

imply about the set?

5. Write down the lower, middle and upper quartiles of the following

data and then the inter-quartile range.

{21; 22; 22; 23; 25; 26; 27}

6. Write down the 25th, 75th and 90th percentile of the following data:

21; 30; 33; 25; 20; 30; 35; 25; 20; 30; 35; 40;

30; 37; 35; 25; 20; 40; 20; 25; 25; 30; 20; 20

12 examination results as follows.

38

48

67

39

88

78

65

47

39

48

29

78

90

66

69

7.1

7.2

7.3

7.4

7.5

7.6

7.7

7.8

72

82

58

48

48

46

59

69

80

92

ANSWERS

1.1

Mean:

( 43 + 61 + 18 + 22 + 46 + 1003 + 35)

7

= 175,43

= 43

Mode: 18; 22; 35; 43; 46; 61; 1003

They are all the mode as they appear an equal number of

times.

1.2

Mean:

= 1,22

(14 + 24 + 35 + 46 46 47 + 55 55 15)

9

= 14

Mode: 55; -47; -46; -15; 14; 24; 35; 46; 55

1.3

{121; 454; 76; 65; 92; 111; 76; 131; 990; 111}

Mean:

10

Median: 65; 76; 76; 92; 111; 111; 121; 131; 454; 990

=

(111 +111 )

2

= 111

( 43 + 61 + 18 + 22 + 46 + 35 )

6

1.4 Mean:

= 37,5

The mean is more realistic and more in line with the median.

2.

Mean:

= 22,5

(5 + 10 + 15 + 20 + 25 + 30 + 35 + 40 )

8

Variance:

(5 22,5) 2 + (10 22,5) 2 + (15 22,5) 2 + ( 20 22,5) 2 + ( 25 22,5) 2 + (30 22,5) 2 + (35 22,5) 2 + ( 40

8

306 ,25 + 156 ,25 + 56,25 + 6,25 + 6,25 + 56,25 + 156 ,25 + 306 ,25

=

8

= 131,25

Standard deviation:

= 131 ,25

= 11,46

3.1

xx

( x x )2

3.2

1

1-7 = -6

(-6) = 36

5

6

8

5-7 = -2 6-7 = -1 8-7 = 1

4

1

1

9

9-7 = 2

4

13

13-7 = 6

36

Variance:

36 + 4 + 1 + 1 + 4 + 36

6

2 = 13,67

2 =

3.3

Standard deviation:

= 13,67

= 3,7

4. The numbers in the set of data are not widely dispersed, they are

close together. The closer the data are together, the nearer the

standard deviation is to 0.

5.

21

22

Q1

22

23

Q2

25

26

27

Q3

Inter-quartile range: Q3 Q1 = 26 22 = 4

20; 20; 20; 20; 20; 20; 21; 25; 25; 25; 25; 25; 30; 30; 30; 30; 33;

35; 35; 35; 35; 35 ; 37; 40

25th percentile

25

( 24 +1)

100

= 6,25

= 25th percentile = 20,25

50th percentile

50

( 24 +1)

100

= 12,5

= (25+30)2

= 50th percentile = 27,5

75th percentile

75

( 24 +1)

100

= 18,75

= 75th percentile = 35,75

90th percentile

90

( 24 +1)

100

= 22,5

= 90th percentile = 36

7.1 Mean:

1543

25

= 61,72

7.2

7.3

Median: 65

7.4

Range: 92 29 = 63

7.5

Variance:

Data

29

38

39

39

46

47

48

48

48

48

58

59

65

66

67

69

69

72

78

78

80

82

88

90

92

Variance

Mean Difference ( x x )

Square ( x x )2

61.72

-32.72

1070.5984

61.72

-23.72

562.6384

61.72

-22.72

516.1984

61.72

-22.72

516.1984

61.72

-15.72

247.1184

61.72

-14.72

216.6784

61.72

-13.72

188.2384

61.72

-13.72

188.2384

61.72

-13.72

188.2384

61.72

-13.72

188.2384

61.72

-3.72

13.8384

61.72

-2.72

7.3984

61.72

3.28

10.7584

61.72

4.28

18.3184

61.72

5.28

27.8784

61.72

7.28

52.9984

61.72

7.28

52.9984

61.72

10.28

105.6784

61.72

16.28

265.0384

61.72

16.28

265.0384

61.72

18.28

334.1584

61.72

20.28

411.2784

61.72

26.28

690.6384

61.72

28.28

799.7584

61.72

30.28

916.8784

7855.04

7855 ,04

= 2 =

25

= 314,2

7.6 Standard Deviation:

= 314 ,2

= 17,73

7.7

29

38

39

39

Quartiles:

46

47

48

48

48

48

Q1

Q1 =

7.8

58

59

65

Q2 = 65

60

( 25 +1)

100

=15 ,6

68

67

69

69

72

Q2

( 47 + 48 )

= 47,5

2

60th percentile:

66

78

78

80

Q3

Q3=

(78 + 78 )

= 78

2

82

88

90

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