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Unformatted text preview: 1 value: 11} points _ 1."nfhat is the following table called? Elli up to Rt} 16 30 up to -l-l]I 25 4o up to so 51 it] up to so 311} 60 up to Ti] H} Til] up to 3|} 3 l:- Frequency polygon ":i Cumulative frequency distribution Cl Histogram Frequency distribution 2 value: 1D points For quantitative data, the relative frequency for a class is computed as the Cl class width divided by class interval. C) class frequency divided tryttte class interval. CI classmidpoint divided hyttte class frequency. - class frequency divided by the total frequency. 4 value: 10 points a sample distribution of houriy earnings in Paul's Coot-lie Factory is: Hourly Rantings \$6 up In \$9 59' up In 5l 2 3i! 2 up to SIS Htlliihels I iii 4 I lit The limits oi the class with the smallestiequency are: -j.'- \$11.?5 and \$11.25 "1‘ 512% and up to £15.00 -:1.- soon and ss.oo 5121'“) and up to \$14.00 1.0'UU LI-lJ IU Lil-JUU ? ltiﬂt'i up to 2.2m} 4'— 1.l'llhat is the relative frequency ofthose salespersons that earn more titan \$1.599? l." 25.5% C?- 29.556 ' 30.3% 215's 'I'EIUE- ""5: 5555555 '5 555555. 55 5555595555555 515515555 55 55 'i'réiiiikial'é'r' 545555555 iiih'é'r'ma's'iéiéd'ﬁr'niis[iiié 5115' 1555555 555555555 hibi'te'éi'uri'iiiéiiéxsuméi'ﬁr" 5-555. L This '13 F355 value: 1i) points Referis the following distributinn: \$25 uptn \$35 35 uptn 45 4-5 up in 55 55 uptn [15 {35 up to T5 QHILJIHJ J] 16 What are the class limits for class with the highesifrequency? 543m! 54 -.j:u 55 and 54.5 55 and 54 ' ﬁﬁandupiu E55 _- 7 55lu5. ..... n 10 VENUES ( ........... I ..... ...‘.'ii..55i5i5 ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... .. 1. R51’5rt5 the following Inl'nrmatinn from El frequency dlslriliuiisn {or ‘helghis Elf CCIIIED'E wsmen‘ remrded t5 me 55 srest Inch: The iirstim class midpulnts are 525' and 555'. Whai are 1115 £1355 limits farms I5w55i class? 52 555 55 '1”:- 52 and uptu I54 -_ 51 and up to 54 5:- 52 and 55 ...
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