A sample of 28 time shares in the Orlando, Florida, area revealed the following daily charges for a one-bedroom suite. For convenience the data are ordered from smallest to largest. Construct a box plot to represent the data. Comment on the distribution. Be sure to identify the first and third quartiles and the median.

$116 |
$121 |
$157 |
$192 |
$207 |
$209 |
$209 |

229 |
232 |
236 |
236 |
239 |
243 |
246 |

260 |
264 |
276 |
281 |
283 |
289 |
296 |

307 |
309 |
312 |
317 |
324 |
341 |
353 |

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We have to construct a boxplot for the given data

Construct boxplot in the MINITAB by following the steps below

1. Enter the data in the minitab

2. Go to the graph in the menu bar

3. Select box plot in the list

4. Give the data input and select single boxplot

5. Select ok

Then we will get box plot

From the box plot the distribution is almost symmetric

Because the median is almost middle

Hence the distribution is approximately normally distributed

From the Boxplot the first quartile is

=

=209+0.25(209-209)

=209

The...