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StatisticsQ&A Librarypsychology students took a standardized test. The scores are summarized in the GFDT below. Scores Frequency 180 - 199 11 200 - 219 18 220 - 239 12 240 - 259 260 - 279 13 280 - 299 52 The scores are also described in the cumulative table shown below. Scores Frequency less than 200 11 less than 220 29 less than 240 41 less than 260 55 less than 280 68 less than 300 nn What is the missing value in the GFDT?answer =Question

psychology students took a standardized test. The scores are summarized in the GFDT below.

Scores | Frequency |
---|---|

180 - 199 | 11 |

200 - 219 | 18 |

220 - 239 | 12 |

240 - 259 | |

260 - 279 | 13 |

280 - 299 | 52 |

The scores are also described in the cumulative table shown below.

Scores | Frequency |
---|---|

less than 200 | 11 |

less than 220 | 29 |

less than 240 | 41 |

less than 260 | 55 |

less than 280 | 68 |

less than 300 | nn |

What is the missing value in the GFDT?

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