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### Pre-algebra

Book edition Common Core Edition
Author(s) Ron Larson, Laurie Boswell, Timothy D. Kanold, Lee Stiff
Pages 183 pages
ISBN 9780547587776

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# Use the data to make a frequency table and a histogram.$1300,\text{2800},\text{9100},\text{7600, 3100, 2200, 1300, 2500, 4200, 1800, 1100, 6000}$

The frequency table and the histogram are as follows:

 Intervals Frequency $1000-4000$$1000-4000$ 8 $4000-8000$ 3 $8000-12000$ 1

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## Step 1. Given Information.

The provided numbers are,

$1300,\text{2800},\text{9100},\text{7600, 3100, 2200, 1300, 2500, 4200, 1800, 1100, 6000}$

## Step 2. Frequency Table.

Make intervals of equal size for the provided data. Record the interval in which a particular data value lies by using the tally marks. For each interval, count the number of tally marks and write the frequency.

 Intervals Tally Marks Frequency $1000-4000$ $\overline{)||||}|||$ 8 $4000-8000$ $|||$ 3 $8000-12000$ $|$ 1

## Step 3. Histogram.

Draw the horizontal and vertical axes. Label the intervals on the horizontal axis and the frequencies on the vertical axis.

Construct a bar to show the frequency of each interval

## Step 3. Conclusion.

The frequency table and the histogram are as follows:

 Intervals Frequency $1000-4000$ 8 $4000-8000$ 3 $8000-12000$ 1

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