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**Frequency Distribution Statistics MCQs**

- A cumulative frequency distribution is graphically represented by:
- As the number of observations and classes increase, the shape of the frequency polygon:
- The number of classes in a frequency distribution generally should be…
- In the construction of a frequency distribution the steps are to:
- Which of following is not an example of condensed data?

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