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# The accompanying comparative boxplot of gasoline vapor

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Problem 61E

The accompanying comparative boxplot of gasoline vapor coefficients for vehicles in Detroit appeared in the article “Receptor Modeling Approach to VOC Emission InventoryValidation” (?J. of Envir. Engr., ?1995: 483–490). Discuss any interesting features.

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Problem 61E Answer: Step1: We have The accompanying comparative boxplot of gasoline vapor coefficients for vehicles in Detroit appeared in the article “Receptor Modeling Approach to VOC Emission Inventory Validation” (J. of Envir. Engr., 1995: 483–490). We need to Discuss any interesting features of above given boxplot. Step2: Outliers occur in the 6a.m. data. The distributions at the other times are fairly symmetric. Variability and the “typical” gasoline-vapor coefficient values increase somewhat until 2p.m., then decrease slightly.

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