Statistics Examples

Find the Midpoints of the Frequency Table
Reorder the classes with their related frequencies in an ascending order (lowest number to highest), which is the most common.
Find the lower and upper limits for each class. The lower limit for every class is the smallest value in that class. On the other hand, the upper limit for every class is the greatest value in that class.
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Reorder the classes with their related frequencies in an ascending order (lowest number to highest), which is the most common.
The lower limit for every class is the smallest value in that class. On the other hand, the upper limit for every class is the greatest value in that class.
The class midpoint is the lower class limit plus the upper class limit divided by .
Simplify all the midpoint column.
Add the midpoints column to the original table.
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