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Asked Aug 23, 2019

how do I go about constructing a frequency distrubution with a lower class of 15.0 and a classwidth of 6?

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Step 1

The provided information is the lower class limit and the class width which is 15.0 and 6 respectively.

The frequency distribution can be constructed by adding the class width to the lower class limit to obtain the next lower class limit of the interval, that is, 15+6=21. So, 21 is the next lower class limit of the frequency distribution.

Step 2

The class width can be defined as the difference of the two consecutive lower or upper class limits which will remain constant throughout the f...

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