Calculating the Mean From Frequency Distribution Tables
When a data set is large, an alternative way to calculate the mean involves first organizing the
data into a frequency distribution table. The mean can then be calculated using the following
formula:
Exercises 5: One Sample Mean
Locate the 7.13 exercises on page 256 of the Tokunaga (2016) text.
Complete Exercise 2, 6, 10 and 32 using SPSS.
2. For each of the following situations, calculate the population standard error of the
mean
Mathematically, the
Running head: EXERCISES
1
Week 5 Exercises: One Sample Mean
University of Phoenix
EXERCISES
7.13
2. For each of the following situations, calculate the population standard error of the mean
a) 18 / sqrt 36 = 3.0
b) 9.42 / sqrt 49 = 1.346
c) 1.87 / sqrt 60