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unit 2 project - MM207Unit2ProjectForm3

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Total points are 40. Points are included with each problem. Included with each section or problem are reference examples and end of section exercises that  can be used as a guide. To receive full credit, work must be shown if applicable. See the instructions at the end of the project for copying a graph from Excel into a Word  document. The technology manual that was packaged with your book has an Excel section that  can help with the graphing. Section 2.1: Frequency Distributions and their Graphs (Note: Scatter plots will be revisited on Unit 8.) 1. The scores on a Statistics test for 24 students are shown below. 99 78 78 61 78 78 99 89 78 63 84 78 78 84 78 78 84 78 78 89 78 84 89 61 a. From these data complete the frequency table below. Round the relative frequencies to  three decimal places (References: example 1 and 2 page 41, end of section exercises 27, 28 page 51)   (7  points)          Hours Tally Frequency (f) Midpoint Relative Frequency 60 - 69 3 3 62 0.13 70 - 79 12 12 78 0.5 80 - 89 7 7 86.5 0.29 90 - 99 2 2 99 0.08 b.  Using Excel construct a frequency histogram from the frequency table in part a. Use the  midpoint  as the horizontal axis and frequency [f] as the vertical axis. Copy the graph  from Excel into this document. (References: example 3 page 44, end of section exercises 29 - 32 page 52)  
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This note was uploaded on 07/27/2011 for the course MM 207 taught by Professor Hill during the Spring '08 term at Kaplan University.

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