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# Do You Believe? In a Harris Interactive survey, 2303

## Problem 3BSC Chapter 2.2

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Problem 3BSC

Do You Believe? In a Harris Interactive survey, 2303 adults were asked whether they believe in five different things, and the accompanying table summarizes the results. Does this table describe a relative frequency distribution? Why or why not?

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 Believe in the devil 60% Believe in Hell 61% Believe in UFOs 32% Believe in astrology 26% Believe in reincarnation 20%

No, it does not describe a relative...

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