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Auto Safety Report (Yasmin)
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Small cars have a standard deviation of 50.261899, a minimum rating of 63, and a maximum rating of 247, meaning their numbers are the ones that spand the most space in the boxplots, and therefore the least reliable. The IQR is 43, the Q1 is 104, and the Q3 is 147.

Medium cars have a standard deviation of 29.572326, a minimum rating of 58, and a maximum rating of 169. The IQR is 46, the Q1 is 79, and the Q3 is 125.

Large cars have a standard deviation of 68.125, a minimum rating of 39, and a maximum rating of 92, meaning their numbers are the ones that spand the least space in the boxplots, and therefore the most reliable. Their IQR is 19.5, Q1 is 104, and Q3 is 77.

Medium cars don't have very significant data, as they are in between the highest and lowest ratings which are the more important data. The small cars had the highest data, as well as data that spans the widest breadth, meaning that not only are they the least reliable, but also outliers that were far above the rest of the data and worse reports than the rest of the cars. The large cars, on the other hand, had the lowest data, spanning the shortest breadth, meaning that not only are they the most reliable, but also have the best data.

For those reasons, I recommend to my boss that they should charge more for the smaller car insurance because they have the most accidents, medium cars should have a slight insurance price increase, and large cars should probably stay the same as they don't get into too many accidents.

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Result 2: Summary Stats   [Info]
Summary statistics:
ColumnnStd. dev.MedianMinMaxQ1Q3IQR
Rating S2650.261899133.56324710414743
Rating M2829.572326102581697912546
Rating L1614.24488268399257.57719.5

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