Here is a data set:152157165206208212219235236246248260262267273273274275283286304310315334335343345395Construct a frequency distribution table for this data set.Number of classes: 10Use a "nice" class width, such as a multiple of 5 or 10.Label classes using interval notation.For example, if the class is 70-79, label it as [70,79].The lower class limit should be a multiple of the class width.For example, if the class width is 10, the lower class limit should be a number like 30 or 40 (depending on the data).Data rangeFrequency

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Here is a data set:

152 157 165 206
208 212 219 235
236 246 248 260
262 267 273 273
274 275 283 286
304 310 315 334
335 343 345 395



Construct a frequency distribution table for this data set.

    • Number of classes: 10
    • Use a "nice" class width, such as a multiple of 5 or 10.
    • Label classes using interval notation.
      • For example, if the class is 70-79, label it as [70,79].
    • The lower class limit should be a multiple of the class width.
      • For example, if the class width is 10, the lower class limit should be a number like 30 or 40 (depending on the data).



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Step 1

From the given data set, construct a frequency distribution table.

Let’s take class width =25 and number of classes = 10

As per ask in question, here lower class limit multiple of class width.

Like, 150 = 25 x 6

         175 = 25 x 7

         200 = 25 x 8 and so on.

Frequency: Number of values between lower limit to upper limit is called as frequency.

Step 2

From the given data set, construct a frequency distribution table.

Let’s take class width =25 and number of classes = 10

As per ask in question, here lower class limit multiple of class width.

Like, 150 = 25 x 6

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