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The data below shows the number of times that 50 students have lost a pencil this week: $5,9,10,5,9,9,8,4,9,8,5,7,3,10,7,7,8,7,6,6,9,6,4,4,10,5,6,6,3,8,7,8,3$ $4,6,6,5,7,5,4,3,5,2,4,2,8,1,0,3,5$

Construct a frequency table for this data.

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Step 1

1 of 2From the given data, we have to count how many $0$'s are there, how many $1$'s are there and so on to construct a frequency distribution table.

Instead, one can also use the following **R** code to find the frequency distribution table.

```
> dataset = c(5,9,10,5,9,9,8,4,9,8,5,7,3,10,
+ 7,7,8,7,6,6,9,6,4,4,10,5,6,6,3,
+ 8,7,8,3,4,6,6,5,7,5,4,3,5,2,4,2,
+ 8,1,0,3,5)
>
> ### construct the frequency distribution table
> freq.table = table(dataset)
>
> ### print the frequency distribution table
> freq.table
dataset
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
1 1 2 5 6 8 7 6 6 5 3
```

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