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Use the accompanying data set to complete the following actions.

a. Find the quartiles.

b. Find the interquartile range.

c. Identify any outliers.

55 61 57 60 58 64 54 58 61 61 60 61 61 63

a. Find the quartiles.

The** first** quartile,

Upper Q 1Q1,

is
The **second** quartile,

Upper Q 2Q2,

is
The **third** quartile,

Upper Q 3Q3,

is
Step 1

**a).**

**Quartiles:**

Quartiles are the values those divides the data into four equal parts.

Enter the given data in **Column A** in an EXCEL sheet.

The **first quartile** can be obtained by entering the formula **“=QUARTILE(A1:A14,1)” **in EXCEL.

Step 2

The value of the first quartile is** 58.**

The **second quartile (Median)** can be obtained by entering the formula **“=QUARTILE(A1:A14,2)” **in EXCEL.

Step 3

The value of the second quartile (Median) is** 60.5.**

The **third quartile** can be obtained by entering the fo...

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