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CHAPTER 2-2: FREQUENCY DISTRIBUTION
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'''CHAPTER 2-2: FREQUENCY DISTRIBUTION'''
  
1.) <question type="numerical">  
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1.)  
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<question type="numerical">  
 
     <questiontext format="html">
 
     <questiontext format="html">
 
         <text>[[Image:1.jpg ]]
 
         <text>[[Image:1.jpg ]]
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2.)
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<question type="numerical">
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    <questiontext format="html">
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        <text>[[Image:2.png ]]
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a)Identify the Class Width for the given frequency distribution.
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b)Identify the Class Boundaries.
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c)Identify the Class midpoints.
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d)Identify the Upper Class Limits.
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e)Identify the Lower Class Limits.
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</text>
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    </questiontext>
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  <answer fraction="100">
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        <text>
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1.a.) =4
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b.) =14.5
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c.) = 50-54
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d.) =9,14,19,24,29,34,39,44,49,54,59,64,69,74,79,84,89,94,99
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e.) =5,10,15,20,25,30,35,40,45,50,55,60,65,70,74,80,85,90,95,100
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</text>
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    </answer>
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</question>
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3.)
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<question type="numerical">
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    <questiontext format="html">
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        <text>[[Image:3.png ]]
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Construct the Relative Frequency Distribution that corresponds to the frequency distribution for “All Jurisdictions.”
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</text>
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    </questiontext>
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  <answer fraction="100">
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        <text>Classes
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F
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f
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1998
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25680
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25680/148490= 17.3%
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1999
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25807
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25807/148490= 17.4%
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2000
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25333
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25333/148490= 17.1%
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2001
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24147
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24147/148490= 16.3%
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2002
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23864
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23864/148490= 16.1%
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2003
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23659
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23659/148490= 16.0%
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</text>
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    </answer>
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</question>
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4.)
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<question type="numerical">
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    <questiontext format="html">
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        <text>[[Image:4.png]]
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Construct the Cumulative Frequency Distribution that corresponds to the frequency distribution for “All Jurisdictions.”
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</text>
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    </questiontext>
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  <answer fraction="100">
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        <text>Classes
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F
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f
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Cumulative Frequency
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1998-1998.9
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25680
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25680/148490= .173
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25680
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1999-1999.9
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25807
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25807/148490= .174
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51487
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2000-2000.9
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25333
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25333/148490= .171
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76820
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2001-2001.9
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24147
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24147/148490= .163
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100967
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2002-2002.9
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23864
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23864/148490= .161
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124831
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2003-2003.9
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23659
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23659/148490= 160
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148490
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</text>
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    </answer>
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</question>
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'''CHAPTER 2-3:HISTOGRAMS'''
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1.)
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<question type="numerical">
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    <questiontext format="html">
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        <text>[[Image:1_(2-3).png ]]
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What are the X and Y coordinates to make a Histogram that corresponds to the frequency distribution given for “2002.”
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</text>
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    </questiontext>
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  <answer fraction="100">
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        <text> X's: 0, 1, 2, 3-5, 6-10, 11 or more; Y's: 26.9, 17.5, 16.8, 21.9, 11.0, 5.9
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</text>
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    </answer>
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</question>
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2.)
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<question type="numerical">
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    <questiontext format="html">
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        <text>[[Image:2_(2-3).png]]
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What are the X and Y coordinates to make a Histogram that corresponds to the frequency distribution given for people willing to “Pay More for U.S. Products.”
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</text>
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    </questiontext>
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  <answer fraction="100">
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        <text> X: Food, Children's toys, household furniture, household appliances, Shoes, Products for the home, Clothes, Electronics; Y: 94, 82, 76, 67, 63, 61, 60, 50;  </text>
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    </answer>
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</question>
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3.)
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<question type="numerical">
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    <questiontext format="html">
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        <text>[[Image:3_(2-3).png ]]
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What are the X and Y coordinates to make a Histogram that corresponds to the frequency distribution given for the “Positive.”
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</text>
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    </questiontext>
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  <answer fraction="100">
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        <text> X: Rondom only, Indication of use only, Random/Indication of use, Combined Methods; Y: 36215, 3776, 2904, 9190, 20344; </text>
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    </answer>
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</question>
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'''
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CHAPTER 2-4: STATISTICAL GRAPHICS'''
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1.)
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<question type="numerical">
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    <questiontext format="html">
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        <text>
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Refer to exercise 1 from Section 2-2, Use Frequency Distribution to construct a Frequency Polygon for “Native Born Bachelor’s" and whats the highest point that the line goes?
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</text>
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    </questiontext>
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  <answer fraction="100">
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        <text>85</text>
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    </answer>
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</question>
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2.)
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<question type="numerical">
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    <questiontext format="html">
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        <text>
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Refer to exercise 3 from Section 2-2, Use Frequency Distribution to construct a Frequency Polygon and whats the highest point that the line goes?
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</text>
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    </questiontext>
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  <answer fraction="100">
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        <text>25807</text>
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    </answer>
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</question>
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3.)
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<question type="numerical">
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    <questiontext format="html">
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        <text>
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Refer to exercise 1 from Section 2-2, Use Frequency Distribution to construct a Relative Frequency Polygon for “Native Born Bachelor’s and whats the highest point that the line goes?”
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</text>
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    </questiontext>
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  <answer fraction="100">
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        <text> 17.5 </text>
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    </answer>
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</question>
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==Moodle Docs usage==
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Hi Justin, please note that this wiki is for Moodle documentation. I've deleted the files you uploaded because they seemed to have no relevance to Moodle. --[[User:Helen Foster|Helen Foster]] 01:11, 5 December 2008 (CST)

Latest revision as of 07:11, 5 December 2008

CHAPTER 2-2: FREQUENCY DISTRIBUTION

1.) <question type="numerical">

   <questiontext format="html">
       <text>File:1.jpg

a)Identify the Class Width for the given frequency distribution for "Native Born Bachelor's". b)Identify the Class Boundaries for "Native Born Bachelor's". c)Identify the Class midpoints for "Native Born Bachelor's". d)Identify the Upper Class Limits for "Native Born Bachelor's". e)Identify the Lower Class Limits for "Native Born Bachelor's". </text>

   </questiontext>
  <answer fraction="100">
       <text>

a.) = 9 b.) = 39.5 c.) = 40-49 d.) = 39, 49, 59 e.) = 30, 40, 50, 60 </text>

   </answer>

</question>

2.) <question type="numerical">

   <questiontext format="html">
       <text>File:2.png

a)Identify the Class Width for the given frequency distribution. b)Identify the Class Boundaries. c)Identify the Class midpoints. d)Identify the Upper Class Limits. e)Identify the Lower Class Limits. </text>

   </questiontext>
  <answer fraction="100">
       <text>

1.a.) =4 b.) =14.5 c.) = 50-54 d.) =9,14,19,24,29,34,39,44,49,54,59,64,69,74,79,84,89,94,99 e.) =5,10,15,20,25,30,35,40,45,50,55,60,65,70,74,80,85,90,95,100 </text>

   </answer>

</question>

3.) <question type="numerical">

   <questiontext format="html">
       <text>File:3.png

Construct the Relative Frequency Distribution that corresponds to the frequency distribution for “All Jurisdictions.” </text>

   </questiontext>
  <answer fraction="100">
       <text>Classes

F f

1998 25680 25680/148490= 17.3%

1999 25807 25807/148490= 17.4%

2000 25333 25333/148490= 17.1%

2001 24147 24147/148490= 16.3%

2002 23864 23864/148490= 16.1%

2003 23659 23659/148490= 16.0%


</text>

   </answer>

</question>

4.) <question type="numerical">

   <questiontext format="html">
       <text>File:4.png

Construct the Cumulative Frequency Distribution that corresponds to the frequency distribution for “All Jurisdictions.” </text>

   </questiontext>
  <answer fraction="100">
       <text>Classes

F f Cumulative Frequency 1998-1998.9 25680 25680/148490= .173 25680 1999-1999.9 25807 25807/148490= .174 51487 2000-2000.9 25333 25333/148490= .171 76820 2001-2001.9 24147 24147/148490= .163 100967 2002-2002.9 23864 23864/148490= .161 124831 2003-2003.9 23659 23659/148490= 160

148490 </text>

   </answer>

</question>

CHAPTER 2-3:HISTOGRAMS

1.) <question type="numerical">

   <questiontext format="html">
       <text>File:1 (2-3).png

What are the X and Y coordinates to make a Histogram that corresponds to the frequency distribution given for “2002.” </text>

   </questiontext>
  <answer fraction="100">
       <text> X's: 0, 1, 2, 3-5, 6-10, 11 or more; Y's: 26.9, 17.5, 16.8, 21.9, 11.0, 5.9

</text>

   </answer>

</question>

2.) <question type="numerical">

   <questiontext format="html">
       <text>File:2 (2-3).png

What are the X and Y coordinates to make a Histogram that corresponds to the frequency distribution given for people willing to “Pay More for U.S. Products.” </text>

   </questiontext>
  <answer fraction="100">
       <text> X: Food, Children's toys, household furniture, household appliances, Shoes, Products for the home, Clothes, Electronics; Y: 94, 82, 76, 67, 63, 61, 60, 50;  </text>
   </answer>

</question>

3.) <question type="numerical">

   <questiontext format="html">
       <text>File:3 (2-3).png

What are the X and Y coordinates to make a Histogram that corresponds to the frequency distribution given for the “Positive.” </text>

   </questiontext>
  <answer fraction="100">
       <text> X: Rondom only, Indication of use only, Random/Indication of use, Combined Methods; Y: 36215, 3776, 2904, 9190, 20344; </text>
   </answer>

</question>

CHAPTER 2-4: STATISTICAL GRAPHICS

1.) <question type="numerical">

   <questiontext format="html">
       <text>

Refer to exercise 1 from Section 2-2, Use Frequency Distribution to construct a Frequency Polygon for “Native Born Bachelor’s" and whats the highest point that the line goes? </text>

   </questiontext>
  <answer fraction="100">
       <text>85</text>
   </answer>

</question>

2.) <question type="numerical">

   <questiontext format="html">
       <text>

Refer to exercise 3 from Section 2-2, Use Frequency Distribution to construct a Frequency Polygon and whats the highest point that the line goes? </text>

   </questiontext>
  <answer fraction="100">
       <text>25807</text>
   </answer>

</question>

3.) <question type="numerical">

   <questiontext format="html">
       <text>

Refer to exercise 1 from Section 2-2, Use Frequency Distribution to construct a Relative Frequency Polygon for “Native Born Bachelor’s and whats the highest point that the line goes?” </text>

   </questiontext>
  <answer fraction="100">
       <text> 17.5 </text>
   </answer>

</question>

Moodle Docs usage

Hi Justin, please note that this wiki is for Moodle documentation. I've deleted the files you uploaded because they seemed to have no relevance to Moodle. --Helen Foster 01:11, 5 December 2008 (CST)