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Course Number: INDEX 2122, Fall 2009

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Chapter Methods for Describing Sets of Data 2.2 2 In a bar graph, a bar or rectangle is drawn above each class of the qualitative variable corresponding to the class frequency or class relative frequency. In a pie chart, each slice of the pie corresponds to the relative frequency of a class of the qualitative variable. First, we find the frequency of the grade A. The sum of the frequencies for all 5 grades must...

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