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|Estimate the mean and find the modal class for grouped data||Ready to use||Stanislav Duris||18/09/2020 20:43|
|Estimate the mean and find the modal class for grouped data||draft||Xiaodan Leng||11/07/2019 01:41|
|Ahmed's copy of Estimate the mean and find the modal class for grouped data||draft||Ahmed Al-Razaz||19/05/2020 01:00|
|Palat Meethale's copy of Estimate the mean and find the modal class for grouped data||draft||Palat Meethale Ushasree||19/05/2020 17:40|
|Estimate the mean for the following data using mid point values.||Ready to use||Palat Meethale Ushasree||21/05/2020 11:21|
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- Week 5 - Practice Exercises by Bobby Kahlon in Bobby's workspace.
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- NUMBAS- Averages by Katy Dobson in Katy's workspace.
- Harry's copy of Calculate measures of central tendency and spread by Harry Flynn in Harry's workspace.
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- Week 4 - Practice Exercises FN142 by Bobby Kahlon in Bobby's workspace.
- Introduction to Statistics by Katie Bullen in Katie's workspace.
- Week 3: Measures of central tendency (frequency tables) by Izabela Walczak in Statistics 2020.