By Douglas A. Lind
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5 are added to the X-axis to "anchor" the polygon at zero frequencies. 5) in the frequency distribution. ). Although the two representations are similar in purpose, the histogram has the advantage of depicting each class as a rectangle, with the height of the rectangular bar representing the number in each class. The frequency polygon, in turn, has an advantage over the histogram. It allows us to compare directly two or more frequency distributions. Suppose Ms. Ball of AutoUSA wants to compare the Whitner Autoplex lot in Raytown, Missouri, with a similar lot, Fowler Auto Mall in Grayling, Michigan.
We discuss sampling methods in Chapter 8. The term average refers to several different measures of central location that we discuss in Chapter 3. To most people, an average is found by adding the values involved and dividing by the number of values. So if a real estate developer tells a client that the average home in a particular subdivision sold for $150,000, we assume that $150,000 is a representative selling price for all the homes. But suppose there are only five homes in the subdivision and they sold for $50,000, $50,000, $60,000, $90,000, and $500,000.