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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 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 2 shows the areas of the oceans of the world in millions of square miles. Graph the data, using a bar chart. Table 2 Ocean Pacific Atlantic Indian Antarctic Arctic Area (million Square miles) 63.8 31.5 28.4 7.6 4.8 3. Table 3 shows the frequency distribution for the number of minutes per week spent watching TV by 400 students. Table 3 Viewing time (minutes) Number of students 300-399 14 400-499 46 500-599 58 600-699 76 700-799 68 800-899 62 900-999 48 1000-1099 22 1100-1199 6 With reference to this table determine: a) The upper limit of the fifth class;
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Unformatted text preview: 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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