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Extraordinary months again Here’s a boxplot of all of the

Chapter 4, Problem 6E

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QUESTION:

Extraordinary months again Here’s a boxplot of all of the domestic load factors. It shows a single outlier. The boxplots of Exercise 4 show the same data, but have no outliers. Why do you think this is?

Exercise 4:

Load factors 2013 by year Here is a display of the domestic load factors by year.

Discuss the patterns you see in this display.

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QUESTION:

Extraordinary months again Here’s a boxplot of all of the domestic load factors. It shows a single outlier. The boxplots of Exercise 4 show the same data, but have no outliers. Why do you think this is?

Exercise 4:

Load factors 2013 by year Here is a display of the domestic load factors by year.

Discuss the patterns you see in this display.

ANSWER:

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Observations that are further than  from the closest (upper/lower) fourth is an outlier. If the outlier is further than  from the nearest fourth we say that it is an extreme outlier, otherwise it is a mild outlier.

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