how do we find class size when the data given is not spaced uniformly ?

Asked by bansari Butani | 15th Jan, 2014, 11:54: AM

Expert Answer:

We need to choose the most frequently occurring class size to act as the unit in which to express the other class intervals. But as classes are unequal, we define frequency density as d = 1
Thus, frequency density = d x (frequency/class width)

Answered by Rashmi Khot | 16th Jan, 2014, 09:48: AM

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