Quantitative Techniques, Mathematics

You are given that the total frequency is 900 and the median 100.48. From the
following frequency distribution, find the class frequencies that are missing.
Intelligence
No. of
Intelligence
No. of
Quotient
Students
Quotient
Students
55-64
2
105-114
?
65-74
19
115-124
92
75- 84
78
125-134
14
85- 94
?
135-144
4
95-104
301
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