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STATISTICS FREQUENCY QUESTION! class sizes for rectum and colon cancer rate: 39.5 to less than 41 41 to less than 43.5 43.5 to less than 45 45 to less than 46.5 46.5 to less than 48 48 to less than 49.5 a. Prepare a frequency distribution table for colon and rectum cancer rates for women using six classes of equal width. Answer: Class Frequency 39.5<41 3 41<14.5 9 43.5<45 5 45<46.5 4 46.5<48 4 48<49.5 2 My question is how do you get that frequency number? We did not get a table of the numbers!

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  1. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    Someone please help and describe how to get that frequency number. I know how to do it using a table and counting how many times you see that number. But all we have was that info I provided and the book does not give info on how to find the frequency too.

  2. Vocaloid
    • one year ago
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    you would need the actual table/list of values

  3. Vocaloid
    • one year ago
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    maybe an error in the book/instructions?

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