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  1. Howard-Wolowitz
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    sorry, forgot to list this one

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    @triciaal

  3. Howard-Wolowitz
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    im not to sure about his one

  4. triciaal
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    not sure 64/250 = 0.256 to 2 places would be 0.26 think need actual number of students not 250 per category. was this a sub-part of a question?

  5. Howard-Wolowitz
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    no i just have to use the chart for it

  6. Howard-Wolowitz
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    and the chart goes up to 300 not 250

  7. triciaal
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    there it is !!

  8. Howard-Wolowitz
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    i dont understand

  9. Howard-Wolowitz
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    there what is

  10. triciaal
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    sorry why not to use 250

  11. Howard-Wolowitz
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    you can, I was just saying the chart goes up to 300 and not just 300

  12. Howard-Wolowitz
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    See:

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  13. triciaal
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    relative frequency = frequency/possible outcome = 64/300 = 0.213 rounded =.21

  14. triciaal
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    I was looking for the possible outcome that"s why i wanted to know number of students

  15. Howard-Wolowitz
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    .25

  16. Howard-Wolowitz
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    cant do .21

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