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Prof. Garcia polled his students to determine the number of hours per week they spent on homework for his course. Here are his findings:

$\begin{array}{cccccc}{3.50} & {7.50} & {9.00} & {2.25} & {3.50} & {5.25} \\ {4.00} & {2.75} & {4.75} & {1.50} & {4.50} & {3.50} \\ {3.25} & {8.50} & {2.75} & {5.50} & {0.25} & {5.75} \\ {2.25} & {6.25} & {5.00} & {6.00} & {3.50} & {4.00} \\ {0.75} & {2.25} & {3.50} & {3.75} & {4.00} & {6.50}\end{array}$

Summarize this information with a histogram with

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1 of 3First, let's divide the given data into five categories and write in a table. The smallest number in the given data is $0.25\approx0$ and the biggest number is $9.00\approx10$, we use this information to define the category limits.

Hours per week | Numbers in the Interval |
---|---|

$0-2$ | $1.50,0.25,0.75$ |

$2.01-4$ | $3.50,2.25,3.50,2.75,3.50,3.25,2.75,2.25,3.50,\\4.00,2.25,3.50,3.75,4.00$ |

$4.01-6$ | $5.25,4.00,4.75,4.50,5.50,5.75,5.00,6.00$ |

$6.01-8$ | $7.50,6.25,6.50$ |

$8.01-10$ | $9.00,8.50$ |

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