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1. If the scores in a sample have been organized into a frequency distribution table, the number of scores (n) can be obtained by adding the values in the f column. True False 2. To find ∑X for the scores in a frequency distribution table, you simply add the values in the X column. True False 3. A grouped frequency distribution table lists one interval as, 20 24. The width of this interval is 4 points. True False 4. In a negatively skewed distribution, the scores pile up on the right-hand side and taper off toward the left-hand side. True False 5. For this distribution, the individual with the highest score has a value of X = 25 X = 24 X = 6 cannot be determined from the information given
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Unformatted text preview: 6. What type of frequency distribution graph is shown in the figure on the left side? cumulative graph bar graph histogram polygon 7. What type of frequency distribution graph is shown in the figure on the right side? cumulative graph histogram bar graph polygon 8. What is the best description for the shape of this distribution? normal positively skewed negatively skewed symmetrical 9. In this distribution, how many individuals had a score of X = 2? 3 1 0 2 10. What shape would you expect for the distribution of scores from a very easy exam for a large class of students? positively skewed symmetrical negatively skewed normal...
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This note was uploaded on 04/27/2011 for the course ACCT 2311 taught by Professor Bcd during the Spring '11 term at University of Houston.

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