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StatisticsQ&A LibraryHere is a data set: 647 696 453 614 696 612 617 581 565 570 608 514 556 517 659 666 696 607 696 598 623 516 622 606 547 522 573 558 Construct a grouped frequency distribution table (GFDT) for this data set. You want 10 classes with a "nice" class width. Your classes should be labeled using interval notation. Each class contains its lower class limit, and the lower class limits should all be multiples of the class width. In that the data appears to be discrete, use a closed-interval to label each class. Data range FrequencyStart your trial now! First week only $4.99!*arrow_forward*

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Here is a data set:

647 | 696 | 453 | 614 |

696 | 612 | 617 | 581 |

565 | 570 | 608 | 514 |

556 | 517 | 659 | 666 |

696 | 607 | 696 | 598 |

623 | 516 | 622 | 606 |

547 | 522 | 573 | 558 |

Construct a grouped frequency distribution table (GFDT) for this data set. You want 10 classes with a "nice" class width. Your classes should be labeled using interval notation. Each class contains its lower class limit, and the lower class limits should all be multiples of the class width. In that the data appears to be discrete, use a closed-interval to label each class.

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