#1 Thoroughly describe and display a quantitative data set. Be sure to mention center, spread, shape, and possibly outliers; include boxplot and histogram.

We may make some observations: 1. Verbal and Math scores seem to be correlated and normally distributed. 2. Height and Shoe seem to be correlated and right-skewed 3. TV time and Computer time seem to be correlated and right-skewed 4. Dad Height and Mom Height seem to be correlated and normal 5. Dad Age and Mom Age seem to be correlated and normal 6. Exercise is right skewed 7. Siblings is right skewed 8. Age is right skewed 9. Credits is left skewed

```
newSurvey_Data<-read.csv("~/Downloads/newSurvey_Data.csv")
hist(newSurvey_Data$Math, main="Math Histogram")
```

`hist(newSurvey_Data$Verbal, main="Verbal Histogram")`

`hist(newSurvey_Data$HT, main="Height Histogram")`

`hist(newSurvey_Data$Shoe, main="Shoe Histogram")`

`hist(newSurvey_Data$MomHT, main="Mom Height Histogram")`

`hist(newSurvey_Data$DadHT, main="Dad Height Histogram")`