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Post-Lecture, Question 1 Two techniques for grouping data are __________ and __________. *frequency distribution and stem-and-leaf plot Section 2.1, Line 1: “One particularly useful tool for grouping data is the frequency  distribution Section 2.2, Stem and Leaf Plots: “Another way to organize raw data into groups is by a stem  and leaf plot .” Post-Lecture, Question 2 The first step in constructing a frequency distribution is to determine the __________. *range of the data Section 2.1:“When constructing a frequency distribution, the business researcher should first determine the range of the raw data.” Post-Lecture, Question 3 The number of classes in a frequency distribution is __________. *subject to the user's discretion Section 2.1: “The final number of classes is arbitrary.” Post-Lecture, Question 4 Relative frequency for an individual class is the __________. *individual class frequency divided by the total frequency Section 2.1, Relative Frequency: “ Relative frequency is the proportion of the total frequency

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