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17. Maximum Wind Speeds The data show the maximum
wind speeds in miles per hour recorded for 40 st
Construct a frequency distribution using 7 classes.
ates.
59 78 62 72 67
76 92 7764 83
64 70 67 75 75
78 75 71 72 93
68 69 76 72 85
64 70 77 74 72
53 67 48 76 59
87 53 77 70 63

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17. Maximum Wind Speeds The data show the maximum wind speeds in miles per hour recorded for 40 st Construct a frequency distribution using 7 classes. ates. 59 78 62 72 67 76 92 7764 83 64 70 67 75 75 78 75 71 72 93 68 69 76 72 85 64 70 77 74 72 53 67 48 76 59 87 53 77 70 63

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