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I HAVE LOOKED AT THE CUMULATIVE FEQUENCY TABLE EXAMPLE, AND I AM STILL CONFUSED ABOUT HOW TO MAKE MY OWN TABLE. MY TABLE IS FOR SOCCER LEAGUE SIGN-UPS AT SCHOOL. I HAVE A GIVEN CHART OF WEEK 1, WEEK 2 AND WEEK 3. ON WEEK ONE, THERE WERE 9 SIGN-UPS. ON WEEK 2, THERE WERE 13 SIGN-UPS, AND ON WEEK 3, THERE WERE 14 SIGN-UPS. I AM THEN PROVIDED WITH A BLANK TABLE TO FILL IN WEEKS1-3, FREQUENCY, AND CUMULATIVE FREQUENCY FOR EACH. CAN YOU HELP?

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    You stated the frequency in weeks 1,2,3. For cumulative, you add in the previous weeks. For instance, cumulative frequency in week 2 is (9+13)

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