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you don't have to give me the answer. Please help!

63 62 60 41 49 65 70 58 57 52 55 55 56 64 61 62 59

First set of votes

67 23 64 60 57 74 61 45 62 51 54 53 60 67 67 61 59

Second set of votes

Combine the two sets of votes into a grouped frequency table, using a class width of 6. Calculate the cumulative frequencies. Plot the cumulative frequency graph.

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Do you know a faster way to work out this question? Please help!

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Faster than what?
How do I do this question? :confused:
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How do I do this question? :confused:
Start with a tally to find how many are: 41-45, 46-50, 51-55 etc..

From that write down the frequencies and cumulative frequencies.

What do you get?
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