MathStatisticsQ&A LibraryHere is a data set: 5740 7020 7550 6370 5850 7320 4410 6830 8180 6770 6690 8890 5290 8890 5220 5480 4410 5570 6890 6840 8890 7020 6300 6430 7600 5570 6720 7000 Construct a grouped frequency distribution table (GFDT) for this data set. You want 10 classes with a "nice" class width. Your classes should be labeled using interval notation. Each class contains its lower class limit, and the lower class limits should all be multiples of the class width. In that the data appears to be discrete, use a closed-interval to label each class. Data range Frequency

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Here is a data set:

5740 | 7020 | 7550 | 6370 |

5850 | 7320 | 4410 | 6830 |

8180 | 6770 | 6690 | 8890 |

5290 | 8890 | 5220 | 5480 |

4410 | 5570 | 6890 | 6840 |

8890 | 7020 | 6300 | 6430 |

7600 | 5570 | 6720 | 7000 |

Construct a grouped frequency distribution table (GFDT) for this data set. You want 10 classes with a "nice" class width. Your classes should be labeled using interval notation. Each class contains its lower class limit, and the lower class limits should all be multiples of the class width. In that the data appears to be discrete, use a closed-interval to label each class.

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