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1. During his career in the NHL, hockey great Wayne Gretzky had the following season-total goals for each of his 20 seasons. Source: The World Almanac and Book of Facts 2000, p. 954.

51

55

92

71

87

73

52

62

40

54

40

41

31

16

38

11

23

25

23

9

Construct a frequency distribution and a histogram for these data.

2. According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture, the distribution of U.S. farms according to value of annual sales is as follows. Source: Bureau of the Census, Statistical Abstract of the United States 2006, p. 546.

Farms Annual Sales         (Thousands)

under $10,000

1262

$10,000-under  $25,000

256

$25,000-under  $50,000

158

$50,000-under  $100,000

140

$100,000-under  $250,000

159

$250,000-under  $500,000

82

$500,000-under  $1,000,000

42

$1,000,000  or more

29

Convert this information to a

a. Relative frequency distribution.

b. Cumulative frequency distribution showing "less than or within" frequencies.




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