# Question Solved1 Answer Use the given categorical data to construct the relative frequency distribution. Natural births randomly selected from four hospitals in a highly populated region occurred on the days of the week (in the order of Monday through Sunday) with the frequencies 52, 66, 71, 59, 56, 44, 52. Does it appear that such births occur on the days of the week with equal Use the given categorical data to construct the relative frequency distribution. Natural births randomly selected from four hospitals in a highly populated region occurred on the days of the week (in the order of Monday through Sunday) with the frequencies 52, 66, 71, 59, 56, 44, 52. Does it appear that such births occur on the days of the week with equal frequency? Construct the relative frequency distribution. Day Relative Frequency Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday (Type integers or decimals. Round to two decimal places as needed.) Let the frequencies be substantially different if any frequency is at least twice any other frequency. Does it appear that these births occur on the days of the week with equal frequency? % % % % % % % O A. No, it appears that births occur on the days of the week with frequencies that are substantially different. O B. Yes, it appears that births occur on the days of the week with frequencies that are exactly the same. O C. Yes, it appears that births occur on the days of the week with frequencies that are about the same. O D. It is impossible to determine with the given information.

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Transcribed Image Text: Use the given categorical data to construct the relative frequency distribution. Natural births randomly selected from four hospitals in a highly populated region occurred on the days of the week (in the order of Monday through Sunday) with the frequencies 52, 66, 71, 59, 56, 44, 52. Does it appear that such births occur on the days of the week with equal frequency? Construct the relative frequency distribution. Day Relative Frequency Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday (Type integers or decimals. Round to two decimal places as needed.) Let the frequencies be substantially different if any frequency is at least twice any other frequency. Does it appear that these births occur on the days of the week with equal frequency? % % % % % % % O A. No, it appears that births occur on the days of the week with frequencies that are substantially different. O B. Yes, it appears that births occur on the days of the week with frequencies that are exactly the same. O C. Yes, it appears that births occur on the days of the week with frequencies that are about the same. O D. It is impossible to determine with the given information.
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Transcribed Image Text: Use the given categorical data to construct the relative frequency distribution. Natural births randomly selected from four hospitals in a highly populated region occurred on the days of the week (in the order of Monday through Sunday) with the frequencies 52, 66, 71, 59, 56, 44, 52. Does it appear that such births occur on the days of the week with equal frequency? Construct the relative frequency distribution. Day Relative Frequency Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday (Type integers or decimals. Round to two decimal places as needed.) Let the frequencies be substantially different if any frequency is at least twice any other frequency. Does it appear that these births occur on the days of the week with equal frequency? % % % % % % % O A. No, it appears that births occur on the days of the week with frequencies that are substantially different. O B. Yes, it appears that births occur on the days of the week with frequencies that are exactly the same. O C. Yes, it appears that births occur on the days of the week with frequencies that are about the same. O D. It is impossible to determine with the given information.