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B provide an example by which age can be measured

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b)Provide an example by which age can be measured categorically. 3.Telephone surveys may use a telephone directory to identify individuals for a study. Speculate onthe type of household that would be underrepresented by using this sampling frame. 4.Could the number “0000” appear in a table of random digits? If so, how likely is this?
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5.Body weights of 18 diabetics expressed as a percentage of ideal (defined as body weight divided by ideal body weight x 100) are listed: {107, 119, 99, 114, 120, 104, 88, 114, 124, 116, 101, 121, 152, 100, 125, 114, 95, 117}. Construct a stem-and-leaf plot or box plot of these data and describe the distribution.
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