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Math 300 – Quiz for Chapter 2 Printed Name: This homework is due two days after the chapter is completed. 1 10 pts Murders in Selected Cities For a recent year, the number of murders in 25 selected cities is shown below. 248 348 74 514 597 270 71 226 41 39 366 73 241 46 34 149 68 73 63 65 109 598 278 69 27 Construct a frequency distribution using 9 classes. Please use 25 as the lower limit for your first class. Class Limits Class Boundaries Frequency 25 – 2 10 pts Reasons we Travel The following data are based on a survey from American Travel Survey on why people travel. Fill in the table and then construct a pie graph for the data. Purpose Number Percent Degrees Personal business
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Unformatted text preview: 146 Visit friends or relatives 330 Work-related 225 Leisure 299 Dr. Emmert Summer 2010 I of I Points Earned of 20 Learning Outcomes [1] Students will demonstrate knowledge of fundamental definitions and theorems by repeating them. [2] Students will demonstrate the ability to perform computations related to the material. [3] Students will demonstrate the ability to prove mathematical theorems related to the material. [4] Students will demonstrate an understanding of the theoretical and computational aspects of the course by applying them to related problems....
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This note was uploaded on 01/16/2012 for the course MATH 300 taught by Professor Keithemmert during the Summer '11 term at Tarleton.

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