Transcribed image text: Boxplots display what is called the five-number summary, and one nice thing about boxplots is that they can allow us to easily compare groups. As an example, let's say we want to compare the song lengths for five albums from The Beatles: Revolver (RVR), Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band (SPL), Yellow Submarine (YSB), Abbey Road (ABR), and Let it Be (LIB). 500 400 300 Seconds 200 100 0 RVR SPL YSB ABR LIB Album Minimum 121 Album RVR SPL YSB ABR LIB 80 130 23 41 Qi 128.5 157 151 93.5 147 Median 149.5 164 200.5 165 200 Q3 163.5 213.5 267 210 224.5 Maximum 181 333 388 467 241 Which album has the least amount of variability in song length? Please explain. Which album has the most amount of variability in song length? Please explain. 75% of the songs on the ABR album are longer than seconds. The song on the SPL album that is at the 25th percentile has a length of seconds. From the boxplots, can you tell which album has the fewest number of songs on it? If you answer “yes,” tell us how many songs are on that album. and the The distribution of song lengths from the YSB album is skewed to the distribution of song lengths from the LIB album is skewed to the The table of summary statistics includes the median song length for each album, but not the mean song length. Consider the LIB album. Would you expect the mean song length to be less than the median song length, greater than the median song length, or equal to the median song length? Please explain.
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