Quartiles and percentiles, Basic Statistics

Quartiles and Percentiles

Percentile can be explained as: a measure this tells us what is the percent of the total frequency scored at or below the measure.

Quartiles cab be explained as: Quartile is another term which is referred to in percentile measure.  The total of the 100% is broken into equal four parts: 25%, 50%, 75% and 100%.

Lower Quartiles (first quartile) is the 25th percentile.   (0.25)

Median Quartiles (second quartile) is the 50th percentile. (0.50)

Upper Quartiles (third quartile) is the 75th percentile.    (0.75)

  

 

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