HomeWork_1 - Home Work 1 1 To the nearest million Table 1 shows the seven countries of the world with the largest populations Use a pie chart to

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Home Work 1 1. To the nearest million, Table 1shows the seven countries of the world with the largest populations. Use a pie chart to illustrate the populations of the seven countries of the world with the largest populations. Table 1 Country China India United States Indonesia Brazil Russia Pakistan Population (millions) 1,222 968 268 210 165 148 132 2. Table 2shows the areas of the oceans of the world in millions of square miles. Graph the data, using a bar chart.Table 2OceanPacificAtlanticIndianAntarcticArcticArea (millionSquare miles)63.831.528.47.64.83.Table 3 shows the frequency distribution for the number of minutes per week spent watching TV by 400 students. Table 3Viewing time(minutes)Number ofstudents300-39914400-49946500-59958600-69976700-79968800-89962900-999481000-1099221100-11996With reference to this table determine:a)The upper limit of the fifth class;b)The lower limit of the eighth class;c)The class mark of the seventh class;d)The class boundaries of the last class;e)The class-interval size;f)The frequency of the fourth class;g)The relative frequency of the sixth class;h)The percentage of students whose weekly viewing time does not exceed 600 minutes;i)The percentage of students with viewing times greater than or equal to 900 minutes;j)The percentage of students whose viewing times are at least 500 minutes but less than 1000 minutes;k)Construct a histogram and frequency polygon corresponding to the frequency distribution table;l)Construct a relative-frequency distribution, relative-frequency histogram, and a relative frequency polygon;m)Construct a cumulative-frequency distribution, an ogive. 1

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