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What key parts must you have on a box plot?

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Lower Quartile

Median

Upper Quartile

Maximum

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5 pieces of data, Minimum Value, Lower Quartile, Median, Upper Quartile, Maximum Value.

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minimum, first quartile, median, third quartile, and maximum

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Savannah-Lucia Curioni

On a box plot you should have the lowest and greatest values and the your quartile values (lower quartile, median and upper quartile).

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Muhammed-Amin Ravat

There are 5 things you need when drawing a box plot:

1) Lowest value of the data

2) Lower Quartile

3) Median

4) Upper Quartile

5) Highest Value of the data


Note:

The following formula might be needed to work out the lower/upper quartile.

Interquartile range = Upper Quartile - Lower Quartile


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