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Unformatted text preview: For example, in Figure 1, the x-axis might indicate annual income (the values would be in thousands of dollars); the y-axis might indicate frequency (millions of people or percentage of working population). Notice that in Figure 1, the highest percentage of the working population would, thus, have an annual income in the middle of the dollar values. The lowest percentages would be at the extremes of the values: nearly 0 and extremely high. Figure 1. A symmetric bell curve....
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- Fall '08