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Some biology students were interested in analyzing the

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Problem 1E

Problem 1E

Some biology students were interested in analyzing the amount of time that bees spend gathering nectar in flower patches. Thirty-nine bees visited a high-density flower patch and spent the following times (in seconds) gathering nectar:

(a) Find the order statistics.

(b) Find the median and 80th percentile of the sample.

(c) Determine the first and third quartiles (i.e., 25th and 75th percentiles) of the sample.

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