Age/yrs |
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1 |

2 |

3 |

4 |

4 |

8 |

10 |

14 |

19 |

19 |

20 |

22 |

24 |

24 |

24 |

25 |

25 |

27 |

29 |

30 |

31 |

33 |

35 |

36 |

37 |

39 |

44 |

45 |

53 |

61 |

In 2003 the Pacific Regional Educational Laboratory released their report on the Micronesian migrant community in Hawaii. Census data in that study included work done in 1998 by Dr. Michael Levin's team then at the Bureau of the Census. The census data was in the report "Censuses of Micronesian Migrants to Hawaii, Guam, and the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands." The table is a pseudo-sample of the age in years of 30 Micronesian immigrants to Hawaii generated from that report.

Helpful tip: Values equal to the bin upper limit go into that bin. That is, the bin upper limit includes data "up to and including the bin upper limit."

- __________ What is the level of measurement?
- __________ Find the minimum.
- __________ Find the maximum.
- __________ Find the range.
- __________ If this data is divided into
**eight**bins, what is the width of a single bin? - Determine the frequency and calculate the relative frequency using eight bins. Record your results in the table provided.

Ball bounce bin upper limits | Frequency F | Relative Frequency |
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Sums: |

- Sketch a
**frequency**histogram of the data, labeling your horizontal axis and vertical axis as appropriate. Use the back of this sheet if necessary. - __________ What is the shape of the histogram?
- Explain what you think the shape of the distibrution indicates, if anything, about the Micronesian immigrant community in Hawaii.