# Descriptive Statistics: Cholesterol Levels

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This data represents the cholesterol levels in mg per 100 mL for 52 participants on a regular diet.

1. On the page labeled Histogram, make a frequency distribution and relative frequency distribution using 6 classes. Use this to make a relative frequency histogram. Be sure to properly title and label your graph.

2. On the page labeled Descriptive Statistics, calculate and label the mean, median and mode, using the function wizard (fx).

3. On the page labeled Descriptive Statistics, calculate and label the range, sample standard deviation, sample variance, population standard deviation, and population variance using the function wizard (fx).

3. Use Data Analysis to get the Summary Statistics.

USE BOTH METHODS (function wizard & Summary Statistics)

Cholesterol Level in mg/100 mL

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199

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263

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199

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319

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