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Determine whether each statement is true or false. If the statement is false, explain why. 1. In the construction of a frequency distribution, it is a good
The second test will cover: Put data in a frequency table. Construct a histogram, frequency polygon, and ogive from the grouped data. Given data, construct Pareto charts, pie graphs, and leaf and stem
Guidelines for Constructing a Grouped Frequency Distribution
1. Each class should be the same width. 2. Classes should be set up so that they do not overlap and so that each piece of data belongs to e
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distribution for the data. A trust in everything they read, M trust in most of what they read, H trust in about one-half of what they re
General Education Descriptions
COMMUNICATIONS A course of study that develops students' abilities to use the English language effectively and accurately to convey information. CONSTITUTION A course of
Notes Section 6.2
2. Let x and y denote the number of model A and model B fax machines produced each shift. Then the restriction on manufacturing costs implies
100 150 y 600,000
and the limitation of
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actually in the sixth grade and had special permission to attend the class. This student might have scored extremely low on that particular exam on that
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1. What is the relationship between the variance and the standard deviation? 2. Why might the range not be the best estimate of variab
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5. Which measure of central tendency can be misleading when a data set contains outliers? 6. When one is comparing the measures of central tendency, does