Find and record the pulse rate of 10 different people where you work. Tell us a little about the population from which you drew your data. I collected the following data…radial pulse rates 54, 62, 63, 72, 75, 77,80, 83, 96, 112. My co-workers that I received my data from range from 24-year-old healthy, fit runner to a 64-year-old who is 2 months away from retirement. The data came from colleagues that are nurses, a house keeper, resident doctors, unit secretary, and a surgical technician. Describe your findings in terms of central tendency and variability. Consider using some of the following to help you form your initial discussion post: What are your measures of central tendency (i.e., mean, median, and mode)? Which might be the better measure for central tendency and why? What is the standard deviation of your data? How variable are the data (range)? Are there any outliers? Investigate possible reasons for these outliers, and things that might limit them if further study were to be carried out. What are some variables that should be considered in discussing your measures of central tendency and variation? Is there any skewness in your measured data? How would you describe this data (i.e. what insights did you gain from this data)?