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Complete the table below. Category Frequency Relative frequency A 12 % 24 B 8 % 16 C 14 % 28 D 12 % 24 F 4 % 8 Total 50 % 100 (Simplify your answers.)
1/16/2021 Week 2 - Assignment-Jennifer Sexton 7/17 22. 2: Data Table A mathematician drilled a hole in a die, filled it with a lead weight, and then proceeded to roll it. The results are given in the following frequency table. Click the icon to view the frequency table. 2 a. According to the data, how many times was the die rolled? (Simplify your answer.) 200 b. How many times was the outcome greater than 2? (Simplify your answer.) 142 c. What percentage of outcomes were 6? % (Type a whole number.) 16 d. List the relative frequencies as decimals or integers, not percentages, that correspond to the given frequencies. Complete the table below. Outcome Relative frequency 1 .120 2 .170 3 .220 4 .185 5 .145 6 .160 (Type integers or decimals rounded to the nearest thousandth as needed.) e. List the cumulative frequencies that correspond to the given frequencies. Complete the table below. Outcome Cumulative frequency 1 24 2 58 3 102 4 139 5 168 6 200 (Simplify your answers.) Outcome Frequency 1 24 2 34 3 44 4 37 5 29 6 32
1/16/2021 Week 2 - Assignment-Jennifer Sexton 8/17 23. 24. The following histogram depicts cotinine levels (in milligrams per milliliter) of a sample of subjects who smoke cigarettes. Cotinine is a metabolite of nicotine, which means that cotinine is produced by the body when nicotine is absorbed. a. How many subjects are represented in the histogram? b. How many subjects have cotinine levels below 400? (Simplify your answer.) 37 c. How many subjects have cotinine levels above 150? (Simplify your answer.) d. What is the highest possible cotinine level of a subject represented in this histogram? 3: Data Table Use the following frequency table for the weights (in pounds) of cans of regular coke with bin width of 0.0050 pound to construct the corresponding histogram. 36 Click the icon to view the table. 3 Choose the correct graph below. A. 0.79 0.83 0 25 Weight Frequency B. 0.79 0.83 0 25 Weight Frequency C. 0.79 0.83 0 25 Weight Frequency D. 0.79 0.83 0 25 Weight Frequency Weight Frequency Relative frequency Cumulative frequency 0.7900 0.7949 2 2 36 2 0.7950 0.7999 0 0 2 0.8000 0.8049 2 2 36 4 0.8050 0.8099 3 3 36 7 0.8100 0.8149 4 4 36 11 0.8150 0.8199 15 15 36 26 0.8200 0.8249 6 6 36 32 0.8250 0.8299 4 4 36 36
1/16/2021 Week 2 - Assignment-Jennifer Sexton 9/17 25. A study was conducted to determine how people get jobs. The table lists data from 400 randomly selected subjects. Construct a Pareto chart that corresponds to the given data. If someone would like to get a job, what seems to be the most effective approach? Job Sources Frequency Help wanted ads (H) 44 Executive search firms (E) 276 Networking (N) 25 Mass mailing (M) 55 Choose the correct Pareto chart.

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