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12:10am Fri 22nd Mar, ANONYMOUS

There are two column called medianPC and PC_Range. From my understanding, the result of maximum percentage of tobacco users is supposed to be the larger number in the PC_Range column, right? I divided the last column into two columns and sort the data but found out the result is different from the sample (the sample may use the medianPC so I am not sure about which data I should use). Thank you.


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9:38am Fri 22nd Mar, ANONYMOUS

Same question here! Is it supposed to be "the maximum median percentage"?


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9:51am Fri 22nd Mar, Michael W.

ANONYMOUS wrote:
> There are two column called medianPC and PC_Range. From my understanding, the result of maximum percentage of tobacco users is supposed to be the larger number in the PC_Range column, right? I divided the last column into two columns and sort the data but found out the result is different from the sample (the sample may use the medianPC so I am not sure about which data I should use). Thank you.
Hi, The range column is actually not relevant for this assignment, and the maths you suggest is well beyond the tools that I have asked you to use. Please just use the medianPC for the calculations. Cheers MichaelW

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