Painted
by Max Ernst
Midterm
Part 4
– questions 8  9, include its answer (total questions are 16)
Eighty
adults with gum disease were asked the number of times per day they
flossed. The (incomplete) results are shown below:
#
per day

Freq.

Rel.
Freq

Cum.
Rel. Freq

0

15

.1875


1

21

.2625


2

18

.2250


3

.7875


4

9

.9000


5

8

1.000

One
of Max Erst paintings
Fill
in the blanks in the table and answer the next two question:
8)
The count of people who flossed three times per day is:
Select
one:
a.
11
b.
18
c.
12
d.
9 …>Correct
e.
can not be determined
Answer:
80 – (15+21+18+9+8) = 9 people
Another
Max Ernst painting
9)
The
cumulative relative frequency of those who flossed 0 to 2 times per
day is:
Select
one:
a.
.2250
b.
.7875
c.
.6750 …>Correct
d.
.1875
e.
0.000
answer:
0.1875 + 0.2625 +0.2250 = 0.6750
#
To be continued to part 5
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ReplyDeleteInteresting. My hygienist told me more than once per day is overkill. Are there really people who do it 5 times a day?
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Fill in the blanks in the table and answer the next two question:
8) The count of people who flossed three times per day is:
Select one:
a. 11
b. 18
c. 12
d. 9 …>Correct
e. can not be determined
Answer: 80 – (15+21+18+9+8) = 9 people
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9) The cumulative relative frequency of those who flossed 0 to 2 times per day is:
Select one:
a. .2250
b. .7875
c. .6750 …>Correct
d. .1875
e. 0.000
answer: 0.1875 + 0.2625 +0.2250 = 0.6750
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Fill in the blanks in the table and answer the next two question:
8) The count of people who flossed three times per day is:
Select one:
a. 11
b. 18
c. 12
d. 9 …>Correct
e. can not be determined
Answer: 80 – (15+21+18+9+8) = 9 people
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9) The cumulative relative frequency of those who flossed 0 to 2 times per day is:
Select one:
a. .2250
b. .7875
c. .6750 …>Correct
d. .1875
e. 0.000
answer: 0.1875 + 0.2625 +0.2250 = 0.6750
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Fill in the blanks in the table and answer the next two question:
8) The count of people who flossed three times per day is:
Select one:
a. 11
b. 18
c. 12
d. 9 …>Correct
e. can not be determined
Answer: 80 – (15+21+18+9+8) = 9 people