
1.
The following scatterplot shows the number of customers to a restaurant in 10 days.
Determine the outlier in the scatterplot (if any).

2.
The scatterplot below shows the marks of students in Mrs. Jason's class in mathematics and science. Which of the following options represents the circled outlier in the given plot?

3.
Daniel recorded the data about his monthly wages in the form of the scatterplot shown below. Select the correct graph with a circled outlier.

4.
Mr. Lee recorded the weights of students of his class and the weight of their backpacks in the form of the scatterplot shown below. Circle the outlier of the following scatterplot.

5.
The following scatterplot shows the record about the number of hours students of Mrs. Brown's class studied in a week and their marks in the weekly test.

6.
The scatterplot below shows the average rain (mm/hour) of twelve months in an area. Choose the correct scatterplot with a circled outlier.

7.
Peter is a good football player. He kept a record of his practice hours and the goals he made in the match in the form of a scatterplot as illustrated below.

8.
Jane works in a bakery and she kept a record of the number of cakes she baked in different months of 2019.

9.
The scatterplot illustrated below shows the weights and heights of some workers in a company.

10.
Circle the outlier of the following scatterplot, given that it represents the ages and weights of some individuals in an area.

11.
The given scatterplot displays the ages of babies in months and their sleeping hours in a day as recorded by a nurse in the maternity ward.

12.
The scatterplot below shows the average temperature (in degree Celsius) of a week in winters of an area.

13.
Noah notices the number of black balls and white balls in different sacks packed with a random number of balls as shown below. Determine the outlier in the scatterplot (if any).

14.
The graph below shows the number of fuses manufactured by a company in a day and the number of defective fuses in total manufactured fuses.

15.
A hot chocolate shop maintained the record of average temperature at 10 a.m. and the number of customers on different days. Circle the outlier of the following scatterplot.

16.
The plot below shows the record of the number of visitors to a zoo in 10 days.

17.
Mrs. Smith made a record of the weights and heights of her students in the form of a scatterplot shown below.

18.
Liza made a record of some individuals about their monthly salaries and the number of times they dine out in a month. Choose the correct scatterplot with a circled outlier.

19.
Sarah maintained a proper record of the number of chocolates she ate in a week and the number of times she had to visit the dentist. Identify the outlier in the scatterplot (if any).

20.
The graph below is the record of the average temperature of an area in a week in summers.

21.
Liza works in a survey company. She was curious to know how many total individuals participated in her surveys and out of them how many were below 25 years in age. Circle the outlier of the following scatterplot related to her record.

22.
William records the number of hours he played online games and compared it to his marks in the daily test. The scatterplot below shows his record.

23.
Choose the correct scatterplot with a circled outlier if the scatterplot represents the data about the number of students participating in an online quiz and the number of students scoring more than 70% in the quiz.

24.
The scatter plot represents the number of visitors to the Church in a week. Circle the outlier of the following plot.

25.
Mary recorded the average temperature at 9:00 in the morning and the number of soups she sold in the form of a scatterplot. Determine the outlier in the scatterplot (if any).

26.
The scatterplot below shows the number of flights booked at different months of the year by an agency.

27.
The scatterplot below shows the number of sandwiches and the number of cool drink cans sold by Revan in different weeks.

28.
Circle the outlier of the following scatterplot which illustrates the salaries of different employees in a company and their productivity.

29.
The scatterplot below shows the total number of female elephants in different zoos and the number of newly born baby elephants in a year.

30.
The data about the monthly bulbs manufactured by a company in the year 2005 is shown in the scatterplot. Choose the correct scatterplot with a circled outlier.