MATH SOLVE

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Q:
# Which statements correctly describe the data shown in the scatter plot?Select each correct answer.The scatter plot has an outlier at (15,β2) .The scatter plot has a cluster with a range from 2 to 4.The scatter plot has a cluster with a domain from 2 to 4.The scatter plot has an outlier at (2,β15) .

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The correct options are: A. The scatter plot has an outlier at (15,β2)B. The scatter plot has a cluster with a range from 2 to 4ExplanationCo ordinate of any point can be written in form of (x,y) where first value is the distance across x-axis and second value is the distance across y-axis. We can see in the plot, that the outlier point is 15 unit across x-axis and then 2 unit across y axis from the origin. So the co ordinate of that point will be (15, 2).

Range means the values across the y-axis. We can see that the cluster starts at y=2 and ends at y=4. That means, the scatter plot has a cluster with a range from 2 to 4.

Range means the values across the y-axis. We can see that the cluster starts at y=2 and ends at y=4. That means, the scatter plot has a cluster with a range from 2 to 4.