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Problem 4

Refer again to the distribution table in Problem 3.
: 3.0 points

Each part is worth 1 point.

a) In the United States, high school diplomas are awarded after 12 years of schooling. Which interval contains the adults who had completed 12 years of school and did not proceed with higher education?
0-99-1212-1313-1616-1717+

b) Bachelor’s degrees are awarded to those who successfully complete four years of education at a college or university after high school. Which interval contains the adults who completed 16 years of schooling and did not proceed with further education?
0-99-1212-1313-1616-1717+

c) For this dataset, is it reasonable to assume a uniform distribution of educational level in each interval?
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