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By Ddouis14 | Last updated: Dec 5, 2015
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Working out the mean and mode from frequency tables.
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I have asked some people how much money they had in their pockets.The results are recorded in the following table:Amount £1£2£3£4TotalNumber of people5794[Blank]Amount x number of people£[Blank]£[Blank]£[Blank]£[Blank]£[Blank]1) Fill the gaps 2) The mean amount per person is : £[Blank]
I have asked other people how much money they had in their pockets.The results are recorded in the following table:Amount £3£5£7£10TotalNumber of people3791[Blank]Amount x number of people£[Blank]£[Blank]£[Blank]£[Blank]£[Blank]1) Fill the gaps 2) The mean amount per person is : £[Blank]
Twinkle travelled to Manchester on many days throughout the year.The table shows how many days she travelled in each week.Days012345Frequency (no. of weeks)1724131511) Work out the mean amount of days per week she travelled to Manchester. (round your answer to one decimal place).The mean is
A survey of the number of television sets in each family home gave these results:No. of TVs012345Frequency1536867256Work out the mean number of TV sets per home. (round your answer to 1 decimal place)The mean is
This table shows the number of loaves of bread delivered to some houses in a street:Loaves01234Number of houses23542Work out the mean. (Round your answer to 2 decimal places):The mean is
This pie chart shows the most popular hobbies of 90 men:a) How many men chose golf? [Blank] menb) How many men chose tennis? [Blank] menc) What is the angle for bowls? [Blank] degreesd) What is the angle for fishing? [Blank] degreese) How many men chose fishing? [Blank] men
Frequency tables are used display data in a compact informative manner. They are particularly useful when values are turned into percentages because it then gives the audience a better feel for what is happening with the data...
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