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# Frequency Polygon watch

1. When making a grouped frequency table for the polygon if you had a number say 3 with a frequency of 7 and there were two groups 1> x >3 and 3> x >7 which group would it go in the first or the second?
2. Neither: this scenario should never occur. One group should always go to less than or equal to, or more than or equal to. For instance, group 1 would be
1<x<=3 <= is less than or equal to
3<x<7

In which case it would go in the first group.
3. Thankyou so much, I think I get it now
4. (Original post by Twaffy)
Thankyou so much, I think I get it now
No problem.

Just in case this wasn't a one-off: in your original post you got the limits the wrong way round. 1>x>3 implies x is greater than 3 and less than 1 which is impossible - you want 1<x<3 (or "less than or equal to")
5. (Original post by Libertine)
No problem.

Just in case this wasn't a one-off: in your original post you got the limits the wrong way round. 1>x>3 implies x is greater than 3 and less than 1 which is impossible - you want 1<x<3 (or "less than or equal to")
I just noticed it when you posted it the right way and explained it. Then realsied there is no need to become a snail shoveller anymore. Thankage
6. (Original post by Twaffy)
Thankyou so much, I think I get it now
aww hey twaffy good luck with all the work

whens it in for?
7. (Original post by Brian Wilson)
aww hey twaffy good luck with all the work

whens it in for?
Thanks

It's in for next Tuesday, but I have the write-up tomorrow and a french girl is coming on Sunday so I have to have it all done by Sunday

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