# An electronics manufacturer test every 10 th cell

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6)7) An electronics manufacturer test every 10thcell phone to verify that it is functioningproperly. Identify the kind of sample that is being used.A) systematic sampleB) simple random sampleC) cluster sampleD) stratified sample7)
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8) The following frequency distribution presents the weights in pounds (lb) of a sample ofvisitors to a health clinic.Weight (lb)Frequency90-991100-1094110-1194120-1293130-1397140-1496150-1594160-1692What is the class width?8)
9) What are the boundaries of the class 11-18?9)
SHORT ANSWER.Write the word or phrase that best completes each statement or answers thequestion.10) Find the class boundaries, midpoint, and width of the class 28-34?10)MULTIPLE CHOICE.Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers thequestion.11) State the reason why the following frequency distribution is incorrectly constructed.ClassFrequency45-50350-55055-60660-65565-70311)
12) State the reason why the following frequency distribution is incorrectly constructed.ClassFrequency124-1291130-1357142-14711148-15314A) a class has been omittedB) class limits overlapC) class width is not uniformD) there is no percent column12)
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13) A recent statistics exam yielded the following 25 scores. Construct a groupedfrequency distribution with the class limits shown below.63 86 77 51 6755 89 63 68 9681 82 44 80 9077 87 74 91 5977 79 45 87 97Class LimitsTallyFrequency41-5051-6061-7071-8081-9091-100A)Class LimitsFrequency41-50351-60261-70471-80781-90691-1003B)Class LimitsFrequency41-50251-60361-70471-80681-90791-1003C)Class LimitsFrequency41-50251-60361-70571-80581-90691-1004D)Class LimitsFrequency41-50251-60261-70571-80681-90791-100313)

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Term
Winter
Professor
Charles Gabi
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following frequency distribution