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with the decimal that equals pi....(3.14....) until the 2 hundreth decimal place..how does the cumulative frequency column be used for a project like this one..????

the number is...(pi)

3.14159265358979323846693993751058209749448628034825342117067909384460955058223172841027019385211055592643383279502884197159230781640628620899821480865132823066475359408128341117450264462294895493038196

You could count the frequency of the numbers. If the frequency is the same, one could conjecture they are random.

is there a different way i could write that???

i need a simpler way to write that

Count how often each number appears. If each number appears about the same number of times, you can hypothesize that they are random numbers.

o...but i don't really get wat cumulative frequency is

can u explain what that is??

here's an example

if you read 8 pages monday and tuesday you read 15 you add 8 and 15 to get 23 as the cummunutive frequency

o...now i get cumulative frequency but why would it be used for sumthin like this???

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