Box-and-whisker plots are boxes with whiskers drawn on them and they can only be drawn by someone with a beard. Just kidding! In reality box-and-whisker plots are a method we use in Statistics and Probability to separate data into different sections. Using them we can quickly determine how a set of data can be separated into quartiles using the median and maximum and minimum values in a data set that are not Outliers.Learn this and go on to Representing with Box-and-Whisker Plots
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