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# Tutorial 3

1. The following chart shows the hourly wages of a sample of certified welders in the
Atllanta, Georgia, area

## a. How many welders were studied ?

b. What is the class interval?
c. About how many welders earn less than \$10,000 per hour?
d. About 75 percent of the welders studied made less than what \$20,000 per hour?

2. The following chart shows the selling price (\$000) of houses sold in the billings,
Montana area.

## a. How many homes were studied?

b. What is the class interval?
c. One hundred homes sold for less than what amount?
d. About 75 percent of the homes sold for less than what amount?
e. Estimate the number of homes in the \$150,000 up to\$200,000 class?
f. About how many homes sold for less than \$225,000?

## 3. The frequency distribution representing the number of frequent flier miles

accumulated by employees at Burnley Statistical Consulting Company is repeated
from exercise 11
Frequent Filer Number of
Miles employes
0 up to 3 5
3 up to 6 12
6 up to 9 23
9 up to 12 8
12 up to 15 2
Total 50
a. How many employees accumulated less than 3,000 miles?
b. Convert the frequency distribution to a cumulative frequency distribution?
c. Portray the cumulative frequency polygon, about 75 percent of the employees
accumulated how many miles or less?
4. The frequency distribution of order lead time at Ecommerce.com from exercise 12 is
repeated below.
0 up to 6 6
5 up to 10 7
10 up to 15 12
15 up to 20 8
20 up to 25 7
Total 40
a. How many orders were filled in less than 10 days?In less than 15 days?
b. Convert the frequency distribution to a cumulative frequency distribution?
c. Develop a cumulative frequency polygon?
d. About 60 percent of the orders were filled in less than how many days?

5. Given below is the relative frequency distribution for the amount of medical leave
days for 50 staffs in JD Company
Relative
Classes frequency
20 - 24 0.24
25 - 29 0.26
30 - 34 0.16
35 - 39 14
40 -44 0.12
45 - 49 0.08
a. Prepare frequency distribution table and calculate the percentage
b. Construct a cumulative frequency distribution table and draw an ogive.