Calculating percentile  Modeling data distributions  AP Statistics  Khan Academy  Summary and Q&A
TL;DR
The video discusses how to determine the percentile rank for a driver with a daily driving time of six hours.
Key Insights
 ⌛ The dot plot represents the number of hours of daily driving time for 14 school bus drivers.
 😜 Percentile rank can be determined by calculating the percentage of data below or at and below a certain value.
 ⌛ Six hours of daily driving time is at the 50th percentile if the driver with exactly six hours is not included.
 😜 If the driver with exactly six hours is included, the percentile rank is approximately 55.56% or the 56th percentile.
 😜 The video explains the different ways to calculate percentile rank and provides a detailed example.
 🔯 By examining the dot plot, one can determine the number of data points below a specific value.
 😜 The video helps to understand how percentile rank relates to the distribution of data.
Transcript
 [Instructor] The dot plot shows the number of hours of daily driving time for 14 school bus drivers. Each dot represents a driver. So for example, one driver drives one hour a day. Two drivers drive two hours a day. One driver drives three hours a day. It looks like there's five drivers that drive seven hours a day. Which of the following is the ... Read More
Questions & Answers
Q: How is percentile rank defined?
Percentile rank represents the percentage of data that is below or at and below a specific value. It can be calculated in either of these two ways.
Q: How many drivers have a daily driving time below six hours?
Out of the 14 drivers, seven have a daily driving time below six hours, which is 50% of the data.
Q: If we include the driver with exactly six hours, what percentage of the data is at or below six hours?
If we count the driver with six hours, then eight out of 14 drivers have a daily driving time at or below six hours, which approximately equals 55.56%.
Q: How would you round the percentile rank for a driver with a daily driving time of six hours?
The nearest percentile rank would be either the 50th percentile or the 56th percentile, depending on whether we include the driver with exactly six hours.
Summary & Key Takeaways

The video presents a dot plot showing the number of hours of daily driving time for 14 school bus drivers.

It explains that percentile rank can be calculated as the percentage of data below or at and below the amount in question.

Using this knowledge, the video calculates that six hours of daily driving time is at the 50th or approximately 55th percentile.