Drawing Conclusions with Frequency Distributions Table 2 Frequency Distribution

# Drawing conclusions with frequency distributions

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Drawing Conclusions with Frequency Distributions Table 2 Frequency Distribution of Car Insurance Premiums Data Set, n = 9 Car Insurance Premiums Frequency 200-399 4 400-599 3 600-799 1 800-999 1 Figure 2. Histogram of the frequency distribution for the data set Car Insurance Premiums. Annual Salaries When the data for annual salaries is arranged in a frequency distribution table, it seems to present a normal distribution. Most of the data is situated in the 40,000-59,000 class. The lowest value is 39,000, while the highest value is 80,000. There are two values that occur twice, namely

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5 Drawing Conclusions with Frequency Distributions 50,000 and 55,000. It is apparent from the normal distribution and the bulk of the values falling in the class of 40,000-59,000 that the majority of people earn a modest, middle-range salary. Table 3 Frequency Distribution of Annual Salaries Data Set, n = 9 Annual Salaries Frequency 20,000-39,000 1 40,000-59,000 5 60,000-79,000 2 80,000-100,000 1 Figure 3. Histogram of the frequency distribution for the data set Annual Salaries.

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