This is called a box plot, for obvious reasons.

Science and Math
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So, for problem 1b I noticed many of you had used a lot of words for your explanations. This is not quite rigorous enough in my opinion. I wish more people would do it properly with mathematics, instead of using a lot of words. This is not economics.

“I’m ok with making finitely many mistakes, no matter however big they are.”

– *Our Probability Professor while explaining that you can integrate PDFs even if the are discontinuous at finitely many points.*

“It’s called an F distribution, standing for ‘fuck, it’s another distribution.‘”

– *Statistics professor*

“This problem is ridiculous. There’s no need to be that precise.”

– *Stats teacher estimating the “interestingness quotient” of the most interesting man in the world*