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A data set has Q1 = 10 and Q3 =15

An extreme outlier on the low side would have to be:

- lower than 2.5
- between -5 and 2.5
- lower than -5
- higher than -5

Step 1

It is given that Q_{1} is 10 and Q_{3} is 15.

Step 2

**Outlier:**

If the data point is below Q1–1.5*IQR then it can be termed as extreme outlier on the low side and if the data p...

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