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How to find the answer to quartiles


Hi,

Step 1 - put the numbers in order from lowest to highest
Step 2 - find the median - 2nd Quartile
Step 3 - find the 1st and 3rd Quartiles

Step 1 - 90 96 100 114 114 120 121
Step 2 - 2nd Quartile, in this case, is the fourth number from either end, since there are 7 numbers - 114
Step 3 - 1st Quartile - the midpoint between 96 and 100. (96+100)/2 = 98
Step 4 - 3rd Quartile - the midpoint between 114 and 120. (114+120)/2 = 117

Good luck.

Let me know if you have any questions.

Paul
Quartiles

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How to do plot and whiskers in a casio fx-115ES calculator


This is not a graphing calculator, so you cannot perform a box and whiskers plot.
If you know how to find the Median(=Q2), the lower (Q1), and upper (Q3) quartiles, you can draw your box and whiskers plot on a piece of paper.

Jul 21, 2014 | Casio FX-115ES Scientific Calculator

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Quartile


The first quartile is 4, the second quartile (median) is 8, and the third quartile is 12.

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If you are ranked in the first quartile is that better than being ranked on fourth quartile?


That depends on which way the rankings go. If you're looking at exam scores where higher scores are better then it's better to be in the fourth quartile. If you're looking at race times where faster times are better then it's better to be in the first quartile.

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The definition of lower quartile


The lower quartile is the lowest quarter (25%) of the data.

See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Quartile

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How to calculate quartiles


After storing the statistical data press VARS 5 to select the statistics results. Select PTS and then scroll down to see Q1, Med, and Q3 for the first, second, and third quartile points.

Nov 04, 2012 | Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus Calculator

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Five number summary


The distribution of the ordered observation is divided into five summaries. That is, minimum, first quartile, median, thrid quartile, and maximum.

Formula:
Minimum = first element of set, First Quartile = (n+1)/4, Median = (n+1)/2, Third Quartile = 3(n+1)/4 and Maximum =last element of set.

May 08, 2012 | Texas Instruments TI-30 XIIS Calculator

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I have filled my data but i cant get my median, upper quartile, lower quartile, top and low help??


Once you have filled a list, you can sort it.
As on the following screen press F6 to SET the graph type.
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Use the F6 key to cycle through the options.
Press the keys to select the appropriate TAB at the
bottom of the screen. Select Histogram or BOX

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Pressing the 1-Var tab at the bottom displays the statistics.
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Press SHIFT F1 to trace the graph. Use right or left arrow
to display Xmin, Q1, Med, Q3, Xmax

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Car stops when it gets hot, will start again after it cools down


The distributer is a common problem in the car. if it gets hot, it shuts off, and will take possibly hours to cool an start your car again. it costs around 200 in the autoparts store. if you do it your self, you need to remove your air filter to get easier access to it. most of the time when you buy itl, it includes the distributer cap. but the problem sounds like it is the distributer. exact same thing happened to me. also when you change it make sure you label the spark plug cables with each corresponding connection point because if you connect it in wrong order to the distributer, then the car either wont start or will shake alot, and will risk damaging the engine. you can always google directions on changing the distributer on your car. good luck

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