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March 31, 2015

Posted by **Liz** on Sunday, March 31, 2013 at 8:32am.

Based on the interquartile ranges of the two sets of data, which is a reasonable conclusion concerning heights of the players on the two teams?

Volley ball team:67,63,70,67,68,69.70,68,72,68

Dance team:62,67,59,63,67,60,66,60,66,63

A. there is a greater variability of heights for the middle 50% of the dance team than for the middle50% of the volleyball team members

B. There is a greater variability of heights for the middle 50% of the volleyball team than for the middle50% of the dance team members

c. The variability for the 50% was the same for both team members

D. the average height, in inches, was higher for the members of the dance than for the members of the volleyball team.

I had B. since 68 is the middle and the is 5 numbers before it to get to the lowest number,63, and 4 to get to the highest number,72.

In dance 63, 59 is the lowest nuber, being 4 away and the highest is 67, being 4 away., so volleyball team has more variability.

Is this correct. I don't know if I did this correctly, can you help me; thanks

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**Liz**, Sunday, March 31, 2013 at 11:21amcan you help with the above question

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