Pamela Pastor's Request (31 Jan 2019)
I am confused on how to do part b. I do not kow how to get the frequency based on the numbers of customers. I do not know if I have to refer to the data that is above to answer this question.
As you can see below on the screenshot of mylab statistics.
STAT 1070
submitted: Jan 31, 2019
responded: Feb 04, 2019
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Hello Pamela, In order to construct a frequency distribution table, you need to count the number of outcomes of a sample. Let's say you are selling fruits and you record what you sell, during a day you have recorded this: apple, apple, orange, banana, apple, banana, banana, banana, orange, apple, apple. Now you want to create a frequency distribution table, so you will count how many apples you sold which were five apples.You will do the same with the other fruits and create your table: Fruits Frequency Apple 5 Orange 2 Banana 4 For you question, you have to do the same, but you are working with number of costumers. Be careful not to add the numbers. Instead, COUNT how many times a number is repeated.