STAT 3010 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Quaker Oats Company, Bar Chart, Nabisco

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Table 5.1: Frequency Table for Complex Carbohydrate Categories (n=68)
Categories
Frequency
Cumulative
Frequency
Percent
Cumulative
Percent
Very Low (carbo<8)
2
2
2.94%
2.94%
Low (8carbo<10)
3
5
4.41%
7.35%
Moderate (10carbo<12)
10
15
14.71%
22.06%
Moderately High (12carbo<17)
35
50
51.47%
73.53%
High (carbo17)
18
68
26.47%
100.00%
There are five different categories: very low, low, moderate, moderately high, and high. Of the
five categories, most of the data falls in the moderately high category, indicating that most of
data for the complex carbohydrates in cereal fall in between 12.0 and 17.0 grams. Of the total
68 different cereals, 2.94% of them fall into the very low category for the amount of complex
carbohydrates per serving. Of the total 68 cereals, 4.41% of them fall into the low category for
the amount of complex carbohydrates per serving. Of the total 68 cereals, 14.71% of them fall
into the moderate category for the amount of complex carbohydrates per serving. Of the total
68 cereals, 51.47% of them fall into the moderately high category for the amount of complex
carbohydrates per serving. Of the total 68 cereals, 26.47% of them fall into the high category
for the amount of complex carbohydrates per serving.
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