Section 2 problem 5 discussion

# Section 2 problem 5 discussion - Class Limits Class B...

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Section 2.1 problem 5 page # 42 largest value is 52 I found the largest value used smallest value is 10 I found the smallest value used 52-10 = 42/5 (5 classes)= 8.4 = 9 Then I subtract small value from large value then divided by 2, then rounded up to the next value Class Limits Lower Upper Tally Frequency Midpoint 10 19lllll l 6 14.5 20 29lllll lllll lllll lllll lllll lllll lll 33 24.5 30 39lllll lllll llll 14 34.5 40 49l 1 44.5 50 59l 1 54.5 I came up with the midpoints by adding the lower and upper classes together and the dividing by 2

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Unformatted text preview: Class Limits Class Boundaries 10 19 9.5-19.5 20 29 19.5-29.5 30 39 29.5-39.5 40 49 39.5-49.5 50 59 49.5-59.5 Class f/n 10 19 0.11 20 29 0.6 30 39 0.25 40 49 0.02 50 59 0.02 I would like to know if I done this correctly, I think I did it correctly, but any advice in where I may be going wrong, if I am would be highly appreciated. Thanks April...
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## This note was uploaded on 08/05/2008 for the course MM 207 taught by Professor Hill during the Spring '08 term at Kaplan University.

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