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Dylan Bolin Period 5
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C. The median of hours spent sleeping at night is 6 hours for both of the variables surprisingly.

U. There is one outlier that is 0 but could be a false data that has been written down by a person fro the AP/Honors side but there are not outliers for the prep students.

S. The prep category has a perfect symetrical shape while the ap/honors category is not a perfect symetrical shape but still deserves to be called so.

S. The spread for each of the graphs are the same except that the range for the prep category is 2 hours longer (Standard deviation is almost the same by about a tenth of an hour and IQR is the exact same)


In conclusion, the hours of sleep people in highschool receive are independent when it comes to having at least 1 AP/Honors class or having only prep classes because other than very minimal differences from the data, the data is identical from the visual representation to the data.

Result 1: AP/Honor VS. Prep   [Info]
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Result 2: AP/Honors VS. Prep   [Info]
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Result 3: Summary Stats   [Info]
Summary statistics:
ColumnnMeanVarianceStd. dev.Std. err.MedianRangeMinMaxQ1Q3

Data set 1. How much sleep do you get each night   [Info]
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