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Re: If values of the 30th and 40th percentiles values are 12 and 16.. [#permalink]
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The red area, considering we are approaching the peak of the curve, has more concentration of data points than those in the lower areas of the red part.

Therefore in the 35th percentile we have more points and this concentration is higher than those we do have related at the percentile = to 14

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