# statistics

Use this table to answer the questions.

Height (in inches)
Frequency

50-52
5

53-55
8

56-58
12

59-61
13

62-64
11

1. Identify the class width.
2. Identify the midpoint of the first class.
3. Identify the class boundaries of the first class.
4. Give the relative frequency for each class

1. 1. 3
2. 51
3. 50 and 52
4. Relative to what? The frequencies listed are already relative.

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