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How do you make a cumulative frequency table

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asked by Charlie
  1. This site may help you.

    http://www.onlinemathlearning.com/cumulative-frequency-table.html

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  2. I looked at that sight and can see the tables but what I have is a table that show the heights of students in a class males on top females on bottom with heights out beside them. I have to make a cumulative frequency table from the data in my collumns I have, height,frequency and cumulative frequency four rolls below them. on the males I have 14 different heights and females 11 and Im not understanding how im supposed to get four heights out of all of those and and four frequency and 4 cumulative frequency

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    posted by Charlie
  3. Develop four equal height intervals that will include all the data. Within each interval, combine the heights of males and females, starting with the shortest interval on your left. Thereafter, combine that frequency with the male-female frequency in the following intervals to show cumulative frequency. Follow the examples set in the source that Ms. Sue gave you.

    I hope this helps a little more. Thanks for asking.

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    posted by PsyDAG
  4. show me a display of a frequency table.

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