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1. How can I work out the mean for this question
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2. Question 6
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4. You would just multiply the number of petals on the flowers by their frequencies: (5x8)+(6x57)+(7x29)+(8x3)+(9x1), then divide by the sum of all the frequencies: 8+57+29 ...etc
5. First, take the number of petals and multiply by the frequency, then add all of these up:

(5x8) + (6x57) + (7x29) + (8x3) + (9x1) = 618

Now add up the numbers of petals = 8+57+29+3+1 = 98

And divide 618 by 98 to give 6.31
6. total petals/ total plants

7. (Original post by Ramat Cole)
You would just multiply the number of petals on the flowers by their frequencies: (5x8)+(6x57)+(7x29)+(8x3)+(9x1), then divide by the sum of all the frequencies: 8+57+29 ...etc
Thank you
8. (Original post by yemenia16)
Thank you
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