# Quiz 5-1 - Income 1 \$ 25,000 2 \$ 30,000 3 \$ 30,000 4 \$...

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Advertising 1141 – Introduction to Advertising Research Instructor: Bob Munkacsy Thursday, October 28, 2010 Quiz #5 Your Name: 1. When analyzing your data, you should rely on mathematical formulas to help the reader understand the relationships between the numbers. Please compute the following, based on this list of respondents' incomes (10 pts): Respondent
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Unformatted text preview: Income 1 \$ 25,000 2 \$ 30,000 3 \$ 30,000 4 \$ 30,000 5 \$ 30,000 6 \$ 40,000 7 \$ 40,000 8 \$ 45,000 9 \$ 50,000 10 \$230,000 \$550,000 1. What is the Mean? 2. What is the Mode? 3. What is the Median? 2. Draw a bar graph that represents the frequency distribution of the household incomes of the ten respondents listed above: (10 pts)...
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