Quantitative Analysis for Managerial Applications
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2. From the data given below calculate the value of first and third quartiles, second and ninth deciles and fortyfifth and fiftyseventh percentiles.
Height in
centimeters Number of
students Cumulative
frequency
161167 79 79
167173 92 171
173179 60 231
179185 22 253
185191 5 258
191197 2 260
Total 260
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