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Graded homework 2Question 1 1.Finish times (to the nearest hour) for 10 dogsled teams are shown below.Make a frequency table showing class limits, class boundaries, midpoints, frequency, relative frequencies, and cumulative frequencies. Use three classes. (Round your answer for relative frequency to the nearest hundredth and for midpoint to the nearest tenth.)3082623102682992492572862362782.Class LimitsBoundariesMidpointFreq.Relative Freq. Cumulative Freq.236260235.5260.524830.33261284260.5284.527330.36285308284.5308.529740.410Class LimitsBoundariesMidpointFreq.Relative Freq. Cumulative Freq.236260235.5260.524830.33261285260.5285.527330.36286310285.5310.529840.410Class LimitsBoundariesMidpointFreq.Relative Freq. Cumulative Freq.236260235.5260.524840.33261284260.5285.527350.36285310285.5310.529750.410Class LimitsBoundariesMidpointFreq.Relative Freq. Cumulative Freq.236260235.5260.524840.33261284260.5284.527350.36285308284.5308.529750.410none of theses choices1 points
Question 2 1.Finish times (to the nearest hour) for 57 dogsled teams are shown below. Draw a histogram. Use five classes.2612712362442802962842982902902492563383603413332612672872963133113083082993032772833043052892902892902972993323303093293083292852912952983063153103183183203333213233243272.The frequency table for the above data is given below.Class LimitsBoundariesMidpointFreq.Relative Freq. Cumulative Freq.236260235.5260.524840.074261285260.5285.527390.1613286310285.5310.5298250.4438311335310.5335.5323160.2854336360335.5360.534830.05573.
1 points Question 3 1.Finish times (to the nearest hour) for 60 dogsled teams are shown below. Use five classes.Categorize the basic distribution shape as uniform or rectangular, mound-shaped symmetric, bimodal, skewed left, or skewed right.
BimodalUniform or rectangularmound-shaped symmetricSkewed rightnone of these choices1 points Question 4 1.Finish times (to the nearest hour) for 57 dogsled teams are shown below. Use five classes.Categorize the basic distribution shape as uniform, mound-shaped symmetric, bimodal, skewed left, or skewed right.The relative frequency histogram of the above data is given below.approximately skewed leftapproximately bimodalapproximately uniform or rectangularapproximately mound-shaped symmetricapproximately skewed right1 points
Question 5 1.Assume that the following data represent baseball batting averages (multiplied by 1000) for a random sample of National League players near the end of the baseball season. The frequency table showing class limits, class boundaries, midpoints and frequency is given below. Draw a histogram.Class LimitsBoundariesMidpointFrequency107149106.5149.5128.03150192149.5192.5171.04193235192.5235.5214.03236278235.5278.5257.010279321278.5321.5300.062.
none of these choices1 points Question 6 1.At Westgate Community College, a survey was done to determine when students are available for class. A questionnaire was given to a random sample of students. The instructions were to mark each of the time categories in which they could take classes.