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Mean, Median and Standard deviation.

Choose the variable referring to the area of the home in square feet.

1.      Find out the mean, median, and the standard deviation.

2.      prepare down a brief summary of the distribution of the area of homes.

 

Refer to the Real Estate data, which reports information on homes sold in the Denver, Colorado, area last year.

 

x1

=

Selling price in $000

x2

=

Number of bedrooms

x3

=

Size of the home in square feet

x4

=

Pool (1 = yes, 0 = no)

x5

=

Distance from the center of the city in miles

x6

=

Township

x7

=

Garage attached (1 = yes, 0 = no)

x8

=

Number of bathrooms

105 homes sold

 

 

 

x1

x2

x3

x4

x5

x6

x7

x8

263.1

4

2,300

1

17

5

1

2

182.4

4

2,100

0

19

4

0

2

242.1

3

2,300

0

12

3

0

2

213.6

2

2,200

0

16

2

0

2.5

139.9

2

2,100

0

28

1

0

1.5

245.4

2

2,100

1

12

1

1

2

327.2

6

2,500

0

15

3

1

2

271.8

2

2,100

0

9

2

1

2.5

221.1

3

2,300

1

18

1

0

1.5

266.6

4

2,400

0

13

4

1

2

292.4

4

2,100

0

14

3

1

2

209

2

1,700

0

8

4

1

1.5

270.8

6

2,500

0

7

4

1

2

246.1

4

2,100

0

18

3

1

2

194.4

2

2,300

0

11

3

0

2

281.3

3

2,100

0

16

2

1

2

172.7

4

2,200

1

16

3

0

2

207.5

5

2,300

1

21

4

0

2.5

198.9

3

2,200

1

10

4

1

2

209.3

6

1,900

1

15

4

1

2

252.3

4

2,600

0

8

4

1

2

192.9

4

1,900

1

14

2

1

2.5

209.3

5

2,100

0

20

5

0

1.5

345.3

8

2,600

0

9

4

1

2

326.3

6

2,100

0

11

5

1

3

173.1

2

2,200

1

21

5

1

1.5

187

2

1,900

0

26

4

0

2

257.2

2

2,100

0

9

4

1

2

233

3

2,200

0

14

3

1

1.5

180.4

2

2,000

0

11

5

0

2

234

2

1,700

0

19

3

1

2

207.1

2

2,000

0

11

5

1

2

247.7

5

2,400

0

16

2

1

2

166.2

3

2,000

1

16

2

1

2

177.1

2

1,900

0

10

5

1

2

182.7

4

2,000

1

14

4

0

2.5

216

4

2,300

0

19

2

0

2

312.1

6

2,600

0

7

5

1

2.5

199.8

3

2,100

0

19

3

1

2

273.2

5

2,200

0

16

2

1

3

206

3

2,100

1

9

3

0

1.5

232.2

3

1,900

1

16

1

1

1.5

198.3

4

2,100

1

19

1

1

1.5

205.1

3

2,000

1

20

4

0

2

175.6

4

2,300

1

24

4

1

2

307.8

3

2,400

1

21

2

1

3

269.2

5

2,200

0

8

5

1

3

224.8

3

2,200

0

17

1

1

2.5

171.6

3

2,000

1

16

4

0

2

216.8

3

2,200

0

15

1

1

2

192.6

6

2,200

1

14

1

0

2

236.4

5

2,200

0

20

3

1

2

172.4

3

2,200

0

23

3

0

2

251.4

3

1,900

0

12

2

1

2

246

6

2,300

0

7

3

1

3

147.4

6

1,700

1

12

1

0

2

176

4

2,200

0

15

1

1

2

228.4

3

2,300

0

17

5

1

1.5

166.5

3

1,600

1

19

3

0

2.5

189.4

4

2,200

0

24

1

1

2

312.1

7

2,400

0

13

3

1

3

289.8

6

2,000

0

21

3

1

3

269.9

5

2,200

1

11

4

1

2.5

154.3

2

2,000

0

13

2

0

2

222.1

2

2,100

0

9

5

1

2

209.7

5

2,200

1

13

2

1

2

190.9

3

2,200

1

18

3

1

2

254.3

4

2,500

1

15

3

1

2

207.5

3

2,100

1

10

2

0

2

209.7

4

2,200

1

19

2

1

2

294

2

2,100

0

13

2

1

2.5

176.3

2

2,000

1

17

3

0

2

294.3

7

2,400

0

8

4

1

2

224

3

1,900

1

6

1

1

2

125

2

1,900

0

18

4

0

1.5

236.8

4

2,600

1

17

5

1

2

164.1

4

2,300

0

19

4

0

2

217.8

3

2,500

0

12

3

0

2

192.2

2

2,400

0

16

2

0

2.5

125.9

2

2,400

0

28

1

0

1.5

220.9

2

2,300

1

12

1

1

2

294.5

6

2,700

0

15

3

1

2

244.6

2

2,300

0

9

2

1

2.5

199

3

2,500

1

18

1

0

1.5

240

4







 

 

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