What is an outlier in math terms?

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An outlier in math terms is a number in a given set of data that is farther away from all of the other numbers. For example, if you are given a set of numbers such as 2, 3 and 43, 43 would be the outlier. Also, in the set of numbers 4, 56 and 57, 4 would be the outlier.
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Outlier is a data point that is distinctly separate from the rest of the data. Do you have anymore
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When a math problem includes multiple numbers, an outlier would be the number that stands out as being larger or smaller than the other numbers in the problem.
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An outlier is, essentially, a statistical anomaly that is usually fairly easy to recognize. It is a number, or set of numbers, that falls well outside the range of what a statistician
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An outlier is math is a number that dos not belong in a sequence of numbers. A number that might be larger or smaller than the group of numbers. ...
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