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Sketch a boxplot from probability. Normally I need a data set to draw a box plot but since the question didn’t give me one I make the data set of 100 and calculate how many times every numbers appear. Is this the correct way to do it

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The probabilty for 6 is 0.15. Sry for the typo :(
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