In this tutorial, we learn how to use the Quintile Formula in Statistics. To find the quintile rank of a formula that is in a certain set, you will first need to count the number you are given. Then, read the equation so you understand what the R, N, equal side, and other numbers mean. Once you understand what all of these mean, fill in the formula with the correct information. Use the information you are given in the question to fill it into the equation. When finished, you will apply the rules of math to finish the problem and come up with the answer to your problem!
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