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Unformatted text preview: (Above) d) [4 p.] Draw an Ogive for this data set. Use a separate sheet (at end). An Ogive is a graph of cumulative frequency or cumulative relative frequency. It rises from zero to n (or to 1.00). 2 e) [4 p.] Draw a Pareto diagram for this data set. Use a separate sheet (at end). A Pareto diagram is a bar graph or histogram where the bars are sorted from tallest to smallest, starting with the tallest to the left. Be sure to label the bars correctly! f) [4 p.] Draw a pie chart for this data set. Use a separate sheet (at end). Each slice of the pie should cover an angle that is proportional to the relative frequency of each category. So since the category “age 21-23” has a relative frequency of 0.2, it should be depicted with a pie slice that covers 0.2*360 degrees, or 72 degrees (1/5 of the circle.)...
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- Spring '09