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width to the lower limit for the first class: Lower limit for the second class = Lower limit for the first class + Class width Step 5: Compute the lower limits for each of the remaining classes, by adding the class width to the lower of the preceding class. Stop when the largest data value is included in a class. Step 6: Count the number of observations in each class, and construct
the frequency distribution. Example ) Table 2.4 Year - End Audit Times (In Days) 12 14 19 18 15 15 18 17 20 27 22 23 22 21 33 28 14 18 16 13 Solution: Class Frequency Total
Objective 2: Relative and Percent Frequency Distributions Example ) Construct a relative frequency and percentage frequency for Objective 3: Dot Plot Dot Plot : One of the simplest graphical summaries of the data. Solution: Class Relative Frequency Percentage Frequency Total Relative Frequency = Percentage Frequency =
Example ) Construct a dot plot for the audit time data. Objective 4: Histogram Histogram : A graphical display of a frequency distribution, relative frequency distribution, or percent frequency distribution of quantitative data constructed by placing the class intervals on the horizontal axis and frequencies, relative frequencies, or percent frequencies on the vertical axis.

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• Fall '09
• Frequency, Frequency distribution, Histogram, Business & Economics, 2.4 Year

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