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The number of bedrooms of homes in a certain community is shown on the table below.
(a) Find the cumulative distribution for the table.
Number of Bedrooms Percent Cumulative
0 2% 1 .%
1 8% 2 .%
2 24% 3 .%
3 35% 4 .%
4 21% 5 .%
5 7% 6 .%
6 or more 3% 7 .%
(b) Find the mean for the table. (Give the answer to two decimal places.)
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(c) Find median for the table.
9
(d) Find mode for the table.
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