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Textbook Problem

Place the following scores in a frequency distribution table. Based on the frequencies, what is the shape of the distribution?

13 14 12 15 15 14 15 11 13 14
11 13 15 12 14 14 10 14 13 15

To determine

To Organize: The scores in a frequency distribution table.

To Identify: The shape of the distribution.

Explanation

Given info:

The set of n=20 scores are given as:

Scores
13 14
12 15
15 14
15 11
13 14
11 13
15 12
14 14
10 14
13 15

Calculation:

Software procedure:

Step-by-step procedure to obtain the frequency distribution table using the SPSS software:

  • Enter the data under Scores column.
  • Go to Analyze > select Descriptive statistics > click on Frequencies.
  • Highlight the column label (Scores) in the left box then click arrow to receive it into variable box

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