In this page 'Solving frequency distribution problemII' we are going to see how to construct a frequency table for the given problem.
Practice problem II:
The number of magazines sold in a
shop for 10 days as follows: 24,30,32,27,36,21,33,30,37,25.
Let us solve the problem step by step.
1. First we have to arrange the data in ascending order.
21, 24, 25, 27, 30,30, 32, 33,36, 37
2. We have to find the highest and lowest values to find the data.
Lowest value = 21
Highest value = 37
Range = 37-21 = 16.
3. We have to divide the range by the number of groups we want so that we will get the class interval.
We want 5 groups. So let us divide 16 by 5.
16/5 = 3.2.
since we are getting the range as the decimal, we have to round it to the nearest number.
The class interval for this problem is 4.
4. To form the class interval we have to start from less than or equal to the smallest value of the given data.
The lowest value is 21 and the class interval is 4, so let us start the class interval from 20.
Starting at 20, with the class interval as 4, the lowest values of the class intervals are 20,24, 28, 32, 36.
5. Let us table the given data and construct the frequency distribution table.
Now let us mark this in the frequency table first marking as tally mark and after that frequency values.
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