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Data was collected for 300 fish from the North Atlantic. The length of the fish (in mm) is summarized in the GFDT below.

  Lengths (mm)      Frequency   
140 - 141 1
142 - 143 16
144 - 145 71
146 - 147 108
148 - 149 83
150 - 151 18
152 - 153 3



What is the lower class limit for the second class?

lower class limit = 

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