Enter Data in a Boxplot.
Here below is a list of questions.
(1.) What is your favorite breakfast food?
(2.) How did you get to school this morning?
(3.) How many different teachers do you have?
(4.) What is the last thing you ate or drank?
(5). How many minutes did it take you to get ready this morning—from waking up to leaving for school?
Priya and Han collected data on the birth months of students in their class. Here are the lists of their records for the same group of students.
This list shows Priya’s records:
Jan, Apr, Jan, Feb, Oct, May, June, July, Aug, Aug, Sep, Jan, Feb, Mar, Apr, Nov, Nov, Dec, Feb, Mar.
This list shows Han’s records:
1, 4, 1, 2, 10, 5, 6, 7, 8, 8, 9, 1, 2, 3, 4, 11, 11, 12, 2, 3.
(1). How are their records alike? How are they different?
(2). What kind of data—categorical or numerical—do you think the variable “birth month” produces? Explain how you know.
Here below is a dot plot for a data set.
Think about the responses to these survey questions. Do they produce numerical or categorical data?