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Mathematics, 03.07.2019 18:30 lanc3r3vo

The following data show the prices of different types of hot dogs at a store:
$6, $8, $7, $6, $5, $7, $5, $7, $6, $28, $30
which statement is correct about the box plot for the data?
the box plot will have its right tail longer than the left tail because a few exceptionally high prices make the distribution skewed to the right.
the box plot will have its right tail longer than the left tail because a few exceptionally high prices make the distribution skewed to the left.
the box plot will have its left tail longer than the right tail because a few exceptionally high prices make the distribution skewed to the right.
the box plot will have its left tail longer than the right tail because a few exceptionally high prices make the distribution skewed to the left.

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