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Which of the following is closest to the largest value in the data set represented by the box plot above?

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Consider the box plot above which was generated from a set of 9 values. If the largest possible mean of the numbers (i.e. their arithmetic average) is \(m\), which is closest to \(9m\)?

Hint: think of what values the box plot tells us must be in the data set.

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The box plot above represents a series of measurements. Which is closest to the largest measurement?

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What is the mean of the numbers in the data set represented by the box plot above (note: the mean of some numbers is the arithmetic average of them).

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Let the box plot above represent a very big data set. Which is closest to the percentage of the data points in the set of data that are less than or equal to 7?

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