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2. Transform the following numeric data concerning client ages into categories of young (under 40), middle-aged (40 to 60), and older (over 60). Put your answers in the Category column of the table below:

Client Age Category
Lois 46
Gene 53
Evelyn 36
Albert 39
Bill 18
Karen 61

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Client Age Category
Lois 46 middle-aged
Gene 53 middle-aged
Evelyn 36 young
Albert 39 young
Bill 18 young
Karen 61 older

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