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How to draw a frequency distribution table?

Answer

1. Subtract the minimum data value from the maximum data value and divide by the number of classes (NCLASS) you

chose (between 5 and 20, so you have a few items in each class).

2. Step 1 rounded up gives you the class width. Add class width NCLASS times to the minimum value so you have the lower limits of your classes. The upper limits = lower limits + class width -1

3. Count how many values there is in each class

chose (between 5 and 20, so you have a few items in each class).

2. Step 1 rounded up gives you the class width. Add class width NCLASS times to the minimum value so you have the lower limits of your classes. The upper limits = lower limits + class width -1

3. Count how many values there is in each class

Question

How to draw a frequency distribution table?

Answer

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Question

How to draw a frequency distribution table?

Answer

1. Subtract the minimum data value from the maximum data value and divide by the number of classes (NCLASS) you

chose (between 5 and 20, so you have a few items in each class).

2. Step 1 rounded up gives you the class width. Add class width NCLASS times to the minimum value so you have the lower limits of your classes. The upper limits = lower limits + class width -1

3. Count how many values there is in each class

chose (between 5 and 20, so you have a few items in each class).

2. Step 1 rounded up gives you the class width. Add class width NCLASS times to the minimum value so you have the lower limits of your classes. The upper limits = lower limits + class width -1

3. Count how many values there is in each class

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owner: naxplast06 - (no access) - Deviant S. - The Practically Cheating Statistics Handbook (2010, CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform).pdf, p37

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