Compute the quartile coefficient of skewness, Mathematics

By using the above data compute the quartile coefficient of skewness

Quartile coefficient of skewness = (Q3 + Q1 - 2Q2)/(Q3 + Q1)                               

The position of Q1 lies on = (610 + 1)/4

        = 152.75

∴ Actual value Q1 =55. 5 +  {(152.75 - 94)/97} * 5 = 58.53

The position of Q3 lies on       =  3{(610 + 1)/4}

= 485.25

∴ Actual value Q3 =70.55 + {(458.25 - 403)/83} * 5 = 73.83 × 5

Q2 position:     that is  2{(610 + 1)/4} = 305.5

Actual Q2 value  

662_compute the quartile coefficient of skewness.png

Conclusion

Similarly as above when the Pearsonian coefficient was utilized

Posted Date: 2/18/2013 1:47:39 AM | Location : United States







Related Discussions:- Compute the quartile coefficient of skewness, Assignment Help, Ask Question on Compute the quartile coefficient of skewness, Get Answer, Expert's Help, Compute the quartile coefficient of skewness Discussions

Write discussion on Compute the quartile coefficient of skewness
Your posts are moderated
Related Questions
1. A train on the Bay Area Rapid Transit system has the ability to accelerate to 80 miles/hour in half a minute. A.   Express the acceleration in miles per hour per minute. B

what is the answers of exercise 3.1

Determine the Probability From a pack of playing cards what is the probability of; (i)  Picking either a 'Diamond' or a 'Heart' → mutually exclusive (ii) Picking either

Expected Value For taking decisions under conditions of uncertainty, the concept of expected value of a random variable is used. The expected value is the mean of a probability

Explain English System in details? There are three types of measurements that can be taken using the English System: length, distance, weight, and capacity. Length and dista

Given f ( x ) = 3x - 2 determine     f -1 ( x ) . Solution Now, already we know what the inverse to this function is as already we've done some work with it.  Though, it


DECISION THEORY People constantly make decisions in their private lives as well as in their work. Some decisions are qualitative in terms of their implications and signi

Vectors  This is a quite short section. We will be taking a concise look at vectors and a few of their properties. We will require some of this material in the other section a

Prove that if x is a real number then [2x] = [x] + [x + ½ ] Ans: Let us consider x be any real number. It comprises two parts: integer and fraction. With no loss of