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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.

asked by Todd
  1. 1. How many values included in the class?

    2. The midpoint of 56-58 is 57, but that isn't the first class.

    3. Class boundaries of 56-58 = 55.5-58.5.

    4. Divide n of class scores by total n of scores.

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