# Problem 1.27 on page 14 describes a survey of 62 undergraduate students (stored in UndergradSurvey). For these data, for each numerical variable, complete the following. a. Compute the mean, median, first quartile, and third quartile. b. Compute the range, interquartile

Problem 1.27 on page 14 describes a survey of 62 undergraduate students (stored in UndergradSurvey). For these data, for each numerical variable, complete the following.
a. Compute the mean, median, first quartile, and third quartile.
b. Compute the range, interquartile range, variance, standard deviation, and coefficient of variation.
c. Construct a boxplot. Are the data skewed? If so, how?
d. Write a report summarizing your conclusions.
In problem
1. What is your gender? Female ______ Male ______
2. What is your age (as of last birthday)? ______
3. What is your current registered class designation?
Freshman ______ Sophomore ______ Junior ______ Senior ______
4. What is your major area of study?
Accounting ______ Computer Information Systems ______ Economics/ Finance ______ International Business ______ Management ______ Retailing/Marketing ______ Other ______ Undecided ______
5. At the present time, do you plan to attend graduate school?
Yes ______ No ______ Not sure ______
7. What is your current employment status?
Full time ______ Part time ______ Unemployed ______
8. What would you expect your starting annual salary (in \$000) to be if you were to seek full-time employment immediately after obtaining your bachelor's degree? ______
9. For how many social networking sites are you registered? ______
10. How satisfied are you with the food and dining services on campus? ______

11. About how much money did you spend this semester for textbooks and supplies? ______
12. What type of computer do you prefer to use for your studies?
Desktop ______ Laptop ______
Tablet/notebook/netbook ______
13. How many text messages do you send in a typical week? ______
14. How much wealth (income, savings, investment, real estate, and other assets) would you have to accumulate (in millions of dollars) before you would say you are rich? ______
a. Which variables in the survey are categorical?
b. Which variables in the survey are numerical?
c. Which variables are discrete numerical variables?
The results of the survey are stored in UndergradSurvey