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    Frequency, variation and distrinbution

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    The per capita personal income by state (including the District Columbia), in thousands of dollars, follows.

    1. Organize these data into a frequency distribution.
    2. What is a "typical" per capita income for a state?
    3. How much variation in the income data is there?
    4. Is the distribution symmetrical?
    5. Summarize your findings.

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    One of the data point in your data set was typed as 118. It appeared to be a typo error to me, and actual value might be 11.8. So, I have solved the problem with both 11.8 and 118.

    There are two separate sheets in the attached workbook. One corresponds to 11.8 and the other one corresponds to 118. Use whichever you require.

    Please see the attached file for complete solution.

    The per capita personal income by state (including the District Columbia), in thousands of dollars, follows.

    1. Organize these data into a frequency distribution.
    2. What is a "typical" per capita income for a state?
    3. How much variation in the income data is ...

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    The solution determines the frequency, variation and distribution.

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