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How do you work out the lower quartile?

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Cristobal Ledner


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Anwar

To find the lower quartile of a set of data, we can find the median of the data and then find the median of the first half

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Mawuko Selormey

You first find out the number of data is in the whole sample, then calculate as part of data what is n/4

You then look for the first n/4 data in that sample, this gives you the first or lower quartile Q(a). I hope this helps you !

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Kupolati Musiliat Oluwatoyin

Q1=1/4(n+1)the term

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