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    What exactly am I meant to do for question part a) ? How do i 'group data'?

    1. The following data show the yearly maxima of wind gusts (in miles per hour) recorded in Edinburghfrom 1918 to 1967:78 81 66 79 76 74 75 85 73 8181 86 87 76 66 69 65 85 74 8766 74 82 73 78 69 75 68 76 6876 81 75 75 79 74 85 87 69 6788 73 71 68 78 83 79 88 71 73a) Group these data. (Hint: use 58mph as the first lower class limit and 5mph as the class width.)b) Draw up a table showing class intervals frequencies, cumulative frequencies, percentagefrequencies and cumulative percentage frequencies.c) What would be suitable class boundaries for your classes?
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    What exactly am I meant to do for question part a) ? How do i 'group data'?

    1. The following data show the yearly maxima of wind gusts (in miles per hour) recorded in Edinburghfrom 1918 to 1967:78 81 66 79 76 74 75 85 73 8181 86 87 76 66 69 65 85 74 8766 74 82 73 78 69 75 68 76 6876 81 75 75 79 74 85 87 69 6788 73 71 68 78 83 79 88 71 73a) Group these data. (Hint: use 58mph as the first lower class limit and 5mph as the class width.)b) Draw up a table showing class intervals frequencies, cumulative frequencies, percentagefrequencies and cumulative percentage frequencies.c) What would be suitable class boundaries for your classes?
    self bump, this is due early tomorrow
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    self bump, this is due early tomorrow
    Last hope.. Due in 1h 30m... Please..
 
 
 
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