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    ok! it is correct!

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    we have to draw a graph like this: |dw:1440089197964:dw|

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    here is the first step: |dw:1440089292916:dw|

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    here is my answer: the cumulative frequency at the k-interval, is the sum of the single frequencies from the first interval frequency to the k-th interval frequency

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    with that answer, I gave the method in order to draw the cumulative frequency graph

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    that graph above is the graph of the cumulative frequency, which is different from the graph of the single frequencies

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    here is the graph of the single frequencies: |dw:1440089801414:dw|

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    I think that a possible answer is the one which I wrote before, namely: "the cumulative frequency at the k-interval, is the sum of the single frequencies from the first interval frequency to the k-th interval frequency"

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    :)

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