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to simulate tossing the 5 coins on the TI-83/84

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The following steps will simulate tossing 5 coins 32 times to determine the number of heads that will appear on the 5 coins for each of the 32 trials

Complete the frequency distribution table below by counting the number of times 0 heads, 1 head, 2 heads, etc, appeared

construct a histogram using the data of the test results. use the scale for the number of successes on the histogram

Apr 12th, 2015
A frequency distribution table is a more compact way of displaying a set of measurements (compared to listing all the numbers). It also gives us direct information about how many scores are at each value. Frequency distribution tables can be used for both categorical and numeric variables. ... The intervals could also be written as 0 to less than 5, 5 to less than 10, 10 to ... 1 and the above rules to help you construct a frequency distribution table.


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