The interquartile range of a data set is 10 units. What does this represent? A) There are 10 units below the lower quartile. B) The median value of the data set
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The interquartile range of a data set is 10 units. What does this represent?
A) There are 10 units below the lower quartile.
B) The median value of the data set must be 10 units.
C) There are 10 units between the upper and lower quartiles.
D) The middle 50% of the data in the set are less than 10 units.
A) There are 10 units below the lower quartile.
B) The median value of the data set must be 10 units.
C) There are 10 units between the upper and lower quartiles.
D) The middle 50% of the data in the set are less than 10 units.
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1. User Answers seeinginpixels
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2. User Answers tolanieniop0vqbe
Answer:
C) There are 10 units between the upper and lower quartiles.
Stepbystep explanation:
If the interquartile range is 10, then there are 10 units between the upper and lower quartiles.