Unformatted text preview: b) +greatest when the number of class intervals is small c) great when the number of class intervals is either very small or very large d) una f ected by the number of class intervals 5. f/n gives us a) cml f b) average frequency c) cml % d) +relative frequency 6. Suppose we selected two different random samples of the same size from among the freshman women at a given university and determined the heights of all selected. On which measure of central tendency would you expect the two samples to be most similar? Explain (6 pts)...
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- Spring '08
- English-language films, Following, class intervals