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How can I find the mean, median & mode in a grouped frequency distribution table?

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    here is an example: Steve is a film buff and likes movies of all kinds.he watches movies on a Regular basis. Here is a record of the number of films he watched per week Over the last year? Number of films frequency [0,3[ 21 [3,6[ 17 [6,9[ 7 [9,12[ 3 [12,15[ 2 [15,18[ 2 total= 52 Find the mean median and mode of this distribution A)mean=4.84 median=3.88 mode=3 B)mean=4.85 median=3.97 mode=1.5 C)mean=252 median=6 mode=21 D)mean=4.85 median=3.88 mode=21 E)mean=252 median=3.97 mode1.5

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