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In alphabetical order, the six most common last names in the United States are brown, Johnson, Jones, Miller, Smith, and Williams ( The world Almanac , 2012). Assume that a sample of 50 individuals with one of these last names provided the following data. Summarize the data by constructing the following: a. Relative and percent frequency distributions b. A bar chart c. A pie chart d. based on these data, what are the three most common last names?

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Chapter 2.1, Problem 5E
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In alphabetical order, the six most common last names in the United States are brown, Johnson, Jones, Miller, Smith, and Williams (The world Almanac, 2012). Assume that a sample of 50 individuals with one of these last names provided the following data.

Chapter 2.1, Problem 5E, In alphabetical order, the six most common last names in the United States are brown, Johnson,

Summarize the data by constructing the following:

  1. a. Relative and percent frequency distributions
  2. b. A bar chart
  3. c. A pie chart
  4. d. based on these data, what are the three most common last names?

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