# Construct a frequency distribution table to reflect the results given below. When 40 people were surveyed at Greenbelt, they reported the distance they drove to the mall, and results (in...

Construct a frequency distribution table to reflect the results given below. When 40 people were surveyed at Greenbelt, they reported the distance they drove to the mall, and results (in kilometers) are given below.

02 08 01 05 09 05 14 10 31 20

15 04 10 06 05 05 01 08 12 10

25 40 31 24 20 20 03 09 15 15

25 08 01 01 16 23 18 25 21 12

Construct a frequency distribution table. The number of classes is 8.

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You will create your table by using the data from your minimum to your maximum values. That is from 1 to 40. Label your table.

The 8 groups would then be split into sets of 5. Note how the first symbol is 'smaller than or equal to' / and the second symbol is just 'smaller than.'

Once you have the sets arranged put the data into the correct set.Note that I cannot 'score through' the first four to create the fifth number so have used a forward slash to indicate the fifth number.So the first row has two sets of 5 + 1 = 21. There will be 40 altogether : the 6 forward slashes included). Indicate them as 'score-throughs' when you transfer the information :

**1<= x<6....................I I I I / I I I I / 1**

**6<= x<11..................I I I I / I I I I**

**11<= x<16................I I I I / I**

**16<= x<21...............I I I I /**

**21<= x<26...............I I I I / I**

**26<=x<31**

**31<=x<36...............I I **

**36<=x<=40.............I**