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Using 5 classes of width 150 starting at 100, construct a frequency distribution for the following ...

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 Using 5 classes of width 150 starting at 100, construct a frequency distribution for the following ... Using 5 classes of width 150 starting at 100, construct a frequency distribution for the following numbers: 436, 786, 355, 211, 117, 821, 619, 679, 697, 644, 168, 145, 655, 176 Use the frequency counts for all 5 classes, starting with class 100 to 249, as your answer. A) 4, 0, 1, 5, 2   B) 7, 2, 1, 6, 2   C) 5, 1, 1, 5, 2   D) 7, 3, 2, 5Q. 2Narrative 11-2 Solve the following problems using either Tables 11-1 or 11-2 from your text. When necessary, create new table factors. (Round new table factors to five decimal places, round dollars to the nearest cent and percents to the nearest hundredth of a percent) Refer to Narrative 11-2. Sigourney review invested 12,300 at the Midtown Credit Union at 6 interest compounded monthly. a. What is the effective rate of this investment? b. What will Sigourney's investment be worth after two years?Q. 3Find the range of the following numbers: 42.5, 42.75, 73.01, 88.55, 75, 84.57, 67.38 A) 42.75   B) 47.25   C) 46.05   D) 44.75Q. 4Narrative 11-2 Solve the following problems using either Tables 11-1 or 11-2 from your text. When necessary, create new table factors. (Round new table factors to five decimal places, round dollars to the nearest cent and percents to the nearest hundredth of a percent) Refer to Narrative 11-2. Robert Doan invested 8,000 in a certificate of deposit for one year, at 8 interest compounded semiannually. What is the effective rate of interest?Q. 5Find the range of the following numbers: 473, 167, 109, 164, 534, 468 A) 164   B) 364   C) 359   D) 425Q. 6Narrative 11-2 Solve the following problems using either Tables 11-1 or 11-2 from your text. When necessary, create new table factors. (Round new table factors to five decimal places, round dollars to the nearest cent and percents to the nearest hundredth of a percent) Refer to Narrative 11-2. Sergio Comas is planning a skiing vacation in Switzerland in three years. He estimates he will need 3,000 for the trip. His bank is offering 3-year certificates of deposit with 12 interest compounded quarterly. a. How much must Sergio invest now in order to have the money for the trip? b. How much compound interest will Sergio have earned on his investment? Read 393 times 2 Replies

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5 years ago
 Ans. #1CAns. #2a. 6.17b. 13,864.07Ans. #3CAns. #48.16Ans. #5DAns. #6a. 2,104.14b. 895.86
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