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The following is a box and whisker plot which represents the weights of all 16-year old boys in a local school.

1 The ‘whisker’ on the right of the above plot is very long. What does thisindicate?
2 Use the above box-and-whisker plot to determine the first, second and third quartiles for the weights of all 16-year old boys in the school.

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1.It is positively skewed.

2. The first quartile = 55kg,

Second quartile = 61kg ,

Third quartile = 69kg
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