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Using measures of center and measures of variability compare the number of hours on school work (Q11) and the number of hours watching television (Q14).
a) Which variable has greater variability? How do you know?
b) What number of hours on school work would be at the 10th percentile?
c) What number of hours watching television would be at the 90th percentile?

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