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# How tall are you Here are the heights (in centimeters) of

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How tall are you? Here are the heights (in centimeters) of the 50 randomly selected Canadian students who participated in CensusAtSchool in 20072008. 166.5 170 178 163 150.5 169 173 169 171 166 190 183 178 161 171 170 191 168.5 178.5 173 175 160.5 166 164 163 174 160 174 182 167 166 170 170 181 171.5 160 178 157 165 187 168 157.5 145.5 156 182 168.5 177 162.5 160.5 185.5 Make a stemplot of these data. Describe the shape, center, and spread of the distribution. Are there any outliers?

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