inteldal 81 ratio scales 16. For the following scores, the smallest value is X=7 and the largest value is X = 48. %3D a. Determine the interval width and identify the approximate number of intervals needed for a grouped frequency distribution table. b. place the scores in a grouped frequency distribution table using the interval width you determined. 26 40 21 17 48 31 37 22 24 13 30 28 29 19 44 34 35 20 42 39 31 40 11

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16. For the following scores, the smallest value is X=7 and the largest value is X = 48.
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a. Determine the interval width and identify the approximate number of intervals
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b. place the scores in a grouped frequency distribution table using the interval width
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inteldal 81 ratio scales 16. For the following scores, the smallest value is X=7 and the largest value is X = 48. %3D a. Determine the interval width and identify the approximate number of intervals needed for a grouped frequency distribution table. b. place the scores in a grouped frequency distribution table using the interval width you determined. 26 40 21 17 48 31 37 22 24 13 30 28 29 19 44 34 35 20 42 39 31 40 11

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