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First, make a table of how your data is distributed (see Table 1). The number of observations that  falls into each class interval is called the  class frequency
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Unformatted text preview: . Table 1. Distribution of Items Sold at Garage Sale Class Interval Frequency 1 $1 to $5 8 2 $6 to $10 6 3 $11 to $15 4 4 $16 to $20 2 5 $21 to $25 4 6 $26 to $30 6 7 $31 to $35 2...
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