# A Sample Of 26 Offshore Oil Workers Took Part In A Simulated Escape Exercise, Resulting In The Accompanying Data On Time (sec) To Complete The Escape. (“‘Oxygen Consumption And Ventilation During Escape From An Offshore Platform,” Ergonomics, 1997 281-292) Check Sum Enter Data Correctly.) 1. 9638 (The Sum Of All The Data Is 9638. Use This Value As A …

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[1] 389 424 373 325 374 397 356 325 370 339 359 359

[13] 394 364 393 356 363 402 366 392 403 375 373 364

[25] 369 334

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> summary(x)
Min, 1st Qu. Median Mean 3rd Qu. Max.
325.0 359.0 369.5 370.7 391.2 424.0

> mean(x)

[1] 370.6923

> IQR)

11) 32.25

> range(x)

[1] 325 424

> sd(x)

[1] 24.3586

> getmode <- function(x) { + uniqy <- unique(x) + uniqviwhich.max(tabulate(match(x, uniqy))] +} > getmode(x)

373

{d) boxplot

420

380

340

a) Mean is used as central tendency of this data because this data has no outlier.

b)SD is used as measure of variation to realize the variablity ofdata because range isnot proper measure
ment to ralize the variablity in this case