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Muhammad Ali is considered by many to be one of the greatest heavyweight boxers in history. The following data are the numbers of rounds in his wins from November 1966 to September 1978.

a. What variable is described by the data? Is it discrete or continuous?

b. Construct a dotplot.

c. Use the 50th percentile to measure the center of the distribution.

d. Each boxing match is limited to a certain number of rounds, although it can end earlier from a knockout or a technical knockout. For the rounds shown in blue, the matches could last a maximum of 12 rounds. For the rounds shown in red, the matches could last a maximum of 15 rounds. Explain how the round limits tie into the shape of the dotplot.

e. In 1976, Ali won all 4 of his matches. On the basis of only the provided data, what is the least possible total number of rounds Ali boxed in those 4 wins? What is the greatest possible total number?

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