n the 2008 General Social Survey, participants were asked,
"Would you say that you are very happy, pretty happy, or not
too happy?" The results were that 599 people said very
happy, 1100 people said pretty happy, and 316 people said
not too happy (Data source: http://sda.berkeley.edu).
a. Write the frequency and relative frequency table for
these data. Use Table 2.1 on p. 20 for guidance.
b. Draw a bar graph of the percentages (or proportions)
found for the relative frequency distribution in part (a).
c. What percent of respondents said either "very happy" or