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The frequency table below shows the ages of the students in a psychology lecture hall.
Complete the Relative Frequency column of the table. Do not round.
Provide your answer below:
Relative Frequency
Age
Frequency
17
18
18
0.15
19
27
20
30
0.25
21
21
0.175
0.125
22
15
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Question The frequency table below shows the ages of the students in a psychology lecture hall. Complete the Relative Frequency column of the table. Do not round. Provide your answer below: Relative Frequency Age Frequency 17 18 18 0.15 19 27 20 30 0.25 21 21 0.175 0.125 22 15

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The given frequency table shows the ages of the students in a psychology lecture hall.

 

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Relative frequency:

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