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HW #1- Frequency Distributions Due 2/4 (Sunday) at 11:59pm CST HW1-CH01 and CH02 **Please type in your answer and submit HW1 through Blackboard to earn credits based on the submission policy in the syllabus. We really don’t accept any late work or wrong submission.** I would like you to create two frequency distributions for the following data. The first must be a simple frequency distribution and the second must be a cumulative distribution. Please make each table “report-ready.” See the slides for more information on how to do this. 1. Recently, a group of researchers surveyed 50 respondents about their perceived social class. They want you to make this data easier to understand. Make a frequency and cumulative frequency distribution for the researchers. Below is the researchers’ data. L= Lower class; M=Middle class; U=Upper class (Each letter represents a respondent’s social class) Simply frequency distribution table Social Class Frequency Upper 8 Middle 26 Lower 16 Cumulative frequency distribution table Social Class Cumulative frequency Upper 8 Middle 26 Lower 50 After making the distribution table (12 pts), please answer the following questions. 1 M M M M U M M L M M L M M U U L L M U M M U M M M M L L M M U M L L L L L L L U L L M M U M M M L M

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HW #1- Frequency Distributions Due 2/4 (Sunday) at 11:59pm CST Perceived Social Class f % cf C% Upper 8 (8/50)100=16% 8 16% Middle 26 (26/50)100=52% 8+26= 34 16%+52%= 68% Low 16 (16/50)100=32% 50 100.0 A. What percentage of people are Middle class or lower? (2 pts each, 4 pts)
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• Spring '17
• Michael Amato
• 7%, 38%, 23%

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