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yashar806

  • 2 years ago

Help please?

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  1. yashar806
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    I have attached it

  3. binarymimic
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    take the frequency for that interval and divide it by the total frequency

  4. yashar806
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    I got 0.2237

  5. yashar806
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    and it should be skewed to right

  6. binarymimic
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    32/143 is approximately 0.2238 when rounded to four decimals, yep and yes it looks like the frequencies are slightly shifted to the right

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    what about the mean and meadian ?

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