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School Graduation Rates The data show a sample of
states' percentage of public high school graduation rates
for a recent year. Construct a boxplot for the data, and
comment on the shape of the distribution.
79 82 77 84 80 89 60 79 91 93 88
Source: U.S. Department of Education
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School Graduation Rates The data show a sample of states' percentage of public high school graduation rates for a recent year. Construct a boxplot for the data, and comment on the shape of the distribution. 79 82 77 84 80 89 60 79 91 93 88 Source: U.S. Department of Education

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