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a. Find the range in HbA1c readings. ___4.7___

b. Find the maximum “months since last visit to a dentist.” ___263___

c. With regard to “months since last visit to PCP”:

i. In which way is the frequency distribution skewed? ___positive_or to the right_____

ii. Is there at least one outlier? ___Yes____ Please explain your answer.

The maximum point of 174 is clearly larger than 1.5 times IQR of 5=6-1.

iii. If there is at least one outlier and it/they is/are removed, which measure of central tendency is most likely to change? _____mean______...

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