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When statistic; like the median, is said to be resistant to outliers, this means that
it is impossible for the data to have any outliers_
the statistic is not greatly influenced by the value of the outliers:
the statistic is greatly influenced by the value of the outliers.
the statistic itself cannot be an outlier
the statistic itself is an outlier

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One indicator of an outlier is that an observation is more than 2.5 standard deviations from the mean. Consider the data value \$80 .\$(a) If a data set has mean 70 and standard deviation \$5,\$ is 80 a suspect outlier?(b) If a data set has mean 70 and standard deviation \$3,\$ is 80 a suspect outlier?

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If a distribution is skewed to the right with no outliers,(a) mean < median. (d) mean > median.(b) mean ? median. (e) We can’t tell without xamining the data.(c) mean = median.

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Critical Thinking: Outliers One indicator of an outlier is that an observation is more than 2.5standard deviations from the mean. Consider the data value 80 .a. If a data set has mean 70 and standard deviation 5 , is 80 a suspect outlier?b. If a data set has mean 70 and standard deviation \$3,\$ is 80 a suspect outlier?

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Is an extreme observation necessarily an outlier? Explain your answer.

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Mhm. The median is definitely a measure that is resistant because resistant measure is one that is not influenced by outliers. So in this case, when the…

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