Ages | Number of students |
---|---|

15-18 | 4 |

19-22 | 7 |

23-26 | 3 |

27-30 | 3 |

31-34 | 6 |

35-38 | 5 |

Based on the frequency distribution above, find the relative frequency for the class with lower class limit 31. *Give your answer as a percent, rounded to one decimal place.*

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2022-09-22

Ages | Number of students |
---|---|

15-18 | 4 |

19-22 | 7 |

23-26 | 3 |

27-30 | 3 |

31-34 | 6 |

35-38 | 5 |

Based on the frequency distribution above, find the relative frequency for the class with lower class limit 31. *Give your answer as a percent, rounded to one decimal place.*

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