Use the accompanying data set on the pulse rates (in beats per minute) of males to complete parts (a) and (b) below.
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Click the icon to view the pulse rates of males.
a. Find the mean and standard deviation, and verify that the pulse rates have a distribution that is roughly normal.
The mean of the pulse rates is
71.871.8
beats per minute.
(Round to one decimal place as needed.)
The standard deviation of the pulse rates is
12.212.2
beats per minute.
(Round to one decimal place as needed.)
Explain why the pulse rates have a distribution that is roughly normal. Choose the correct answer below.
A.
The pulse rates have a distribution that is normal because a histogram of the data set is bell-shaped and symmetric.
Your answer is correct.
B.
The pulse rates have a distribution that is normal because the mean of the data set is equal to the median of the data set.
C.
The pulse rates have a distribution that is normal because none of the data points are greater than 2 standard deviations from the mean.
D.
The pulse rates have a distribution that is normal because none of the data points are negative.
b. Treating the unrounded values of the mean and standard deviation as parameters, and assuming that male pulse rates are normally distributed, find the pulse rate separating the lowest 2.5% and the pulse rate separating the highest 2.5%. These values could be helpful when physicians try to determine whether pulse rates are significantly low or significantly high.
The pulse rate separating the lowest 2.5% is
48.148.1
beats per minute.
(Round to one decimal place as needed.)
The pulse rate separating the highest 2.5% is
nothing
beats per minute.
(Round to one decimal place as needed.)
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85
94
76
49
62
51
58
65
60
52
57
76
53
80
78
60
88
87
71
62
64
57
76
36
82
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68
83
65
75
77
62
65
77
98
60
66
85
81
42
85
73
69
74
84
64
92
87
73
74
90
90
92
69
55
68
90
81
81
75
56
55
78
102
71
66
63
74
94
57
75
74
84
68
74
68
58
58
68
68
61
85
78
67
59
64
76
62
74
101
68
86
72
54
72
53
75
84
71
73
63
66
82
62
61
61
52
80
54
86
61
55
107
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66
56
88
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86
63
65
79
106
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83
85
60
82
66
76
68
78
85
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83
67
51
84
41
74
66
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67
57
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79
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82
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84
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86
71
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66
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72
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57
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