Posted by **Sandra** on Monday, September 3, 2012 at 8:52pm.

1. The table below presents data for a sample of people who completed a religious survey.

Age Gender Denomination Church Attendance

56 1 7 4

46 2 6 5

49 2 6 5

49 1 1 5

27 2 9 5

51 1 4 2

47 2 2 3

67 1 5 4

49 2 2 6

33 1 12 6

55 2 9 5

40 1 7 5

62 1 8 6

47 2 6 3

56 2 9 5

22 1 10 2

50 2 4 5

51 1 10 6

50 1 7 6

43 1 10 3

In this table, the numbers in the gender, denomination, and church attendance columns represent the following.

Gender

1. Male

2. Female

Denomination

1. Episcopal

2. Lutheran

3. Methodist

4. Presbyterian

5. Other mainline Protestant

6. Baptist

7. Other Evangelical Protestant

8. Pentecostal

9. Charismatic

10. Non-denominational

11. Catholic

12. Other

Church Attendance

1. less than once a month

2. once a month

3. a few times a month

4. once a week

5. twice a week

6. three or more times a week

a. What is the mean age of this sample? What is the standard deviation?

b. Create a frequency distribution table for denomination.

c. What is the percentage of people who identify themselves as Baptist in this sample?

d. What is the mode of church attendance?

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