What is the group mean, Business Economics

Below is a given Frequency Distribution Table which needs the Student's attention. Please complete the table as necessary to find the following information:

a.        What is the group mean?

b.      What is the group median bin?

c.       What is the group median?

d.      What is the group modal bin?

e.       What is the group mode?

f.       What is the group variance?

g.      What is the group deviation?

From          To        Freq

60              <65      6

65              <70      5

70              <75      11

75              <80      13

80              <85      5

85              <90      13

90              <95      1

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