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STAT 201 Recitation Week 2
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Q1 wo techniques for grouping data are __________ and __________. catter plot and Pareto chart requency distribution and stem-and-leaf plot lass intervals and class frequencies istogram and pie chart ection 2.1, P.20: “One particularly useful tool for grouping data is the
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Q2 he first step in constructing a frequency distribution is to determine the __________. requency of each class idth of the class interval umber of classes ange of the data ection 2.1, P.20:“When constructing a frequency distribution, the business
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Q3 he number of classes in a frequency distribution is __________. ess than 6 ubject to the user's discretion lways fixed ore than 15 ection 2.1, P.20: “The final number of classes is arbitrary .”
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Q4 elative frequency for an individual class is the __________. ndividual class frequency multiplied by the total frequency ndividual class frequency plus the total frequency of all preceding classes ndividual class frequency minus the total frequency of all preceding classes ndividual class frequency divided by the total frequency
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