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    Frequency Distibution Problems

    30.Determine the estimated mean of the following frequency distribution class frequency 0 up to 5 2 5 up to 10 7 10 up to 15 12 15 up to 20 6 20

    Finding the estimated mean

    30) Determine the estimated mean of the following frequency distribution Class frequency 0 up to 5 2 5 up to 10 7 10 up to 15 12 15 up to 20 6 20 up to 25 3

    Frequency polygons for grouped data

    Frequency polygons for grouped data Below are the times (in days) it takes for a sample of 20 customers from Andrew's computer store to pay their invoices. 19,15,43,39,35,31,27,22,18,14,42,38,34,30,13,13,41,41,37,37. Draw the frequency polygon for these data using an initial class boundary of 12.5 and a class width of 7

    Frequency Polygon

    Here are the shopping times (in minutes) for a sample of 21 shoppers at a particular grocery store: 26 23 44 41 38 35 31 28 25 22 43 40 37 34 31 43 43 39 39 36 36 Draw the frequency polygon for these data using an initial class boundary of 21.5, an ending class boundary of 46.5 and 5 classes. Note that you can add or remove

    Distributions - Relative Frequency Table

    Part I: Find 50 numbers in documents that are available to the general public (newspapers, magazines, etc.) and record the first nonzero digit. Summarize the results in the relative frequency table on the next page (be sure to use the column "first digits"). Identify the source(s) of your numbers here. Please see attached.


    I'm not sure you can help me, but here is the problems that I have to have answered by next week. I don't have the SPSS DATA yet, so you will have to respond in general terms. The textbook we are using is Research Methods &Statistics 7th edition by Healey. And we are supposed to use the software to solve these problems SPSS 12.0

    Describing distributions analysis

    Perception of EEO in Division Stem-and-Leaf Plot {see attachment for distributions} Discussion The data is based on five questions about EEO with the Columbus Fire Division that were asked on potential job applicants. Each item was a statement about EEO within the Fire Division Response were made on a five point scale fro

    Estimation Frequency Distribution

    In a roadside interview survey, a random sample of all vehicles crossing each of a set of intersections is taken. Assume that every trip made in the area of interest over the duration of the study is equally likely to be sampled by this method. One question asked in survey concerns the total number of home-based round trips made

    Frequency Distributions : Newspaper Readership

    20. A certain town of population size 100,000 has 3 news papers: I, II, and III. The proportions of townspeople who read these papers are as follows: I: 10% I and II: 8% I and II and III: 1% II: 30% I and III: 2% III: 5% II and III: 4% (The list tells us, for instance, that 80

    General Statistics

    1. A statistic is a measurement of some characteristic of a sample and a _________ is a measurement of some characteristic of a population. 2. Idenitify the following as discrete of continuous data: A) Weights of grizzly bears: ________ B) Number of grizzly bears in the fifty states: ________ C) Radar indicating that Mr. N

    Statistical Genetics: Linkage Disequilibrium Question

    1500 people were genotyped at two loci, G and H. Each locus had two alleles (G/g and H/h). The results were (frequency given for each two-locus genotype): Two-locus genotype Frequency GGHH 0.1020 GgHH 0.1341 ggHH 0.0441 GGHh

    Table for enrollment data on American public schools

    Table displays a frequency distribution for the enrollment and frequencies are in 1000s. Grade, x Frequency/Probability P(x)/ xP(x)/ (x-µ )sqP(x) 9 3604 10 3131 11 2749 12 2488 Total------------------------------µ= -------sigma sq=


    Please see the attached file for full problem description. --- To determine a target audience for a new email package, a computer company surveyed a large sample of potential customers, asking each whether he or she uses email on a regular basis. (The company considered "a regular basis" to be at least three times a week.) T

    Statistics Exercises

    11. Consider the following data. 14 21 23 21 16 19 22 25 16 16 24 24 25 19 16 19 18 19 21 12 15 17 18 23 25 20 23 16 20 19 24 26 15 22 24 21 22 24 22 20 a. Develop a frequency distribution using class limits of 12-14, 15-17, 18-20, 21-23, and 24-26. b. Develop a relative frequency distribu

    ClairLinx Wireless

    Please see the attached file for full problem description. --- ClairLinx Wireless, a start-up cell phone company, has divided its market of potential customers into three major groups: single, working; married, working; and retired. ClairLinx surveyed potential customers and asked each, "Of the following, which do you consi

    Data Array Created for Data Set

    Some investors take the strategy of investing in local companies. Each day the city newspaper carries the daily closing stock prices for some of the local companies. On a recent day, the closing prices for 37 companies were listed as follows: (see data in attached file) How would you create a data array for these data. I

    Calculating the Mean

    The 30 members of an orchestra were asked how many instruments each could play. The results are set out in the frequency distribution. Calculate the mean number of instruments played: Number of instruments, x 1 2 3 4 5 Frequency, f 11 10 5 3 1

    Simulation using random numbers-airline reservation

    An airline is trying to determine the number of operators needed for the different areas of their reservation system. The reservation system first asks customers whether they want to schedule a domestic or an international flight. Sixty-five percent of the reservations are for domestic flights. Callers then have the option of

    Frequency Distribution - Histogram

    The Air Transport Association of America published figures on the busiest airports in the United States. The following frequency distribution has been constructed from these figures for the year 2000. NUMBER OF PASSENGERS ARRIVING AND DEPARTING (MILLIONS) NUMBER OF AIRPORTS 20 - under 30 8 30 - under 40