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anonymous
 one year ago
A set of data includes 101 data points ranging from 0 – 200. If the data is split into classes with a range of 20 (1 – 20, 21 – 40, etc), and there are no values that fall in the class 101 – 120, what can you say about the data?
The relative frequency of the class 101 – 120 is 0.
The mean of the data will not be between 101 and 120.
All the data lies below 100.
The median could be in the range 101 – 120.
anonymous
 one year ago
A set of data includes 101 data points ranging from 0 – 200. If the data is split into classes with a range of 20 (1 – 20, 21 – 40, etc), and there are no values that fall in the class 101 – 120, what can you say about the data? The relative frequency of the class 101 – 120 is 0. The mean of the data will not be between 101 and 120. All the data lies below 100. The median could be in the range 101 – 120.

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