# Each year forbes ranks the world’s most valuable brands. A portion of the data for 82 ofthe brands in the 2013 forbes list is shown in Table 2.12 (forbes website, february, 2014).The data set includes the following variables:brand: The name of the brand.Industry: The type of industry associated with the brand, labeled Automotive& Luxury, Consumer Packaged Goods, financial Services, Other, Technology.brand Value ($billions): A measure of the brand’s value in billions of dollarsdeveloped by forbes based on a variety of financial information about the brand.1-Yr Value Change (%): The percentage change in the value of the brand over theprevious year.brand Revenue ($ billions): The total revenue in billions of dollars for the brand.a. Prepare a crosstabulation of the data on Industry (rows) and brand Value ($billions).Use classes of 0–10, 10–20, 20–30, 30–40, 40–50, and 50–60 for brand Value($ billions).b. Prepare a frequency distribution for the data on Industry.

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Each year forbes ranks the world’s most valuable brands. A portion of the data for 82 of
the brands in the 2013 forbes list is shown in Table 2.12 (forbes website, february, 2014).
The data set includes the following variables:
brand: The name of the brand.
Industry: The type of industry associated with the brand, labeled Automotive
& Luxury, Consumer Packaged Goods, financial Services, Other, Technology.
brand Value ($billions): A measure of the brand’s value in billions of dollars developed by forbes based on a variety of financial information about the brand. 1-Yr Value Change (%): The percentage change in the value of the brand over the previous year. brand Revenue ($ billions): The total revenue in billions of dollars for the brand.
a. Prepare a crosstabulation of the data on Industry (rows) and brand Value ($billions). Use classes of 0–10, 10–20, 20–30, 30–40, 40–50, and 50–60 for brand Value ($ billions).
b. Prepare a frequency distribution for the data on Industry.