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Textbook Problem

A company utilizes two different machines to manufacture parts of a certain type. During a single shift, a sample of n = 20 parts produced by each machine is obtained, and the value of a particular critical dimension for each part is determined. The comparative boxplot at the bottom of this page is constructed from the resulting data. Compare and contrast the two samples.

Comparative boxplot for Exercise 58

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To determine

Comment on the interesting features of displayed boxplots.

Explanation

Given info:

The boxplots of dimension of parts produced by two different machines is displayed by a company manufacturer.

Justification:

Interpretation:

From the given boxplots, the following points are observed.

  • The median dimension of products produced by both the machines is almost similar.
  • The distribution of the dimension of products produced by both the machines is slightly symmetric...

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