Enter the numbers separated by commas in the quartile calculator and click calculate to find Q1, Q2, Q3, and IQR.
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In this post, you will learn about quartiles and how to find them.
Quartiles are three such points that divide a group into four equal parts. Each quartile accounts for a separate fourth part.
It is the lower quartile which is the 25th percentile of the group. It is the point that divides the group in ratio 1:3.
It is the central quartile which is the 50th percentile of the data. It is the point that divides the group in ratio 2:2. It is also called the median.
It is the upper quartile which is the 75th percentile of the group. It is the point that divides the group in ratio 3:1.
Note: A group is divided into 100 percentiles.
There is a general quartile formula that is adjusted according to the need for calculating a particular quartile. This formula is:
Where ’J’ is the number of quartile i.e 1,2,3.
IQR = Q3 - Q1
Where Q3 and Q1 are third and first quartiles respectively.
For the following set of data, find the 1st and 3rd quartiles. Also, find IQR.
3, 1, 6, 9, 12, 15, 18
Step 1: Arrange the values in ascending order.
1, 3, 6, 9, 12, 15, 18
Step 2: Put the values in the quartile formula for the first quartile.
Q1 = 1(n+1)th/4 term
Q1 = 1(7+1)th/4 term
Q1 = (8)th/4 term
Q1 = 2nd term
2nd term is 3. So,
Q1 = 3
Step 3: Put the values in the quartile formula for the third quartile.
Q3 = 3(n+1)th/4 term
Q3 = 3(7+1)th/4 term
Q3 = 24th/4 term
Q3 = 6th term
6th term is 15. So,
Q3 = 15
Step 4: Put these values in the interquartile formula or use IQR calculator above.
IQR = Q3 - Q1
IQR = 15 - 3
IQR = 12