Marital Status and Drinking. Research by W. Clark and L. Midanik (Alcohol Consumption and Related Problems: Alcohol and Health Monograph 1. DHHS Pub. No. (ADM) 82–1190) examined, among other issues, alcohol consumption patterns of U.S. adults by marital status. Data for marital status and number of drinks per month, based on the researchers’ survey results, are provided on the WeissStats site. a. determine a frequency distribution. b. obtain a relative-frequency distribution. c. draw a pie chart. d. construct a bar chart.

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Marital Status and Drinking. Research by W. Clark and L. Midanik (Alcohol Consumption and Related Problems: Alcohol and Health Monograph 1. DHHS Pub. No. (ADM) 82–1190) examined, among other issues, alcohol consumption patterns of U.S. adults by marital status. Data for marital status and number of drinks per month, based on the researchers’ survey results, are provided on the WeissStats site.

a. determine a frequency distribution.

b. obtain a relative-frequency distribution.

c. draw a pie chart.

d. construct a bar chart.

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