Opposites In a way, boxplots are the opposite of histograms. A histogram divides the number line into equal intervals and displays the number of data values in each interval. A boxplot divides the data into equal parts and displays the portion of the number line each part covers. These two plots display the number of incarcerated prisoners in each state as of June 2006. 4 2 6 8 Frequency of Number of Prisoners10 12 0 40 80 120 Number of Prisoners (thousands) 160 200 a) Explain how you could tell, by looking at a boxplot, where the tallest bars on the histogram would be located. b) Explain how both the boxplot and the histogram can indicate a skewed distribution. c) Identify one feature of the distribution that the histogram shows but a boxplot does not. d) Identify one feature of the distribution that the boxplot shows but the histogram does not.

Descriptive Statistics Graphic Qualitative -Week 1 Wednesday, January 24, 2018 3:00 PM Questions and Formulas StatisticsBackground Define statistics Statistics-science that quantifies the uncertainty in conclusions of science that quantifies the incompletedata (inductive inferences) uncertainty in conclusions i.e. If you are measuring rain fall there could be errors due to factors of incompletedata that you're not measuring like: rainfall, human error, pollution, etc… i.e If only 50 shrimp are used to find average weight this 50 shrimp is a small subset of the larger picture, this leads