51)Usually, the heading for the third column of a frequency

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51)Usually, the heading for the third column of a frequency table is __________.

52)The type of table created when a psychologist lists the number of employees at each level of earnings from $20,000 to $29,999 going up to $80,000 to $99,999 is a(n) __________.

53)A way to simplify a frequency table when there are a large number of possible values is to group the scores into __________.

54)A graph of frequencies in which the bars are adjacent to each other is a(n) __________.

55)In a histogram, the vertical axis displays __________.

56)A frequency table or histogram describes a(n) __________.

57)If one of the bars of a histogram is higher than all the others, the distribution is __________.

58)If each half of a distribution is a mirror image of the other, the distribution is __________.

59)A distribution in which the scores pile up at one end is said to be __________.

60)A distribution that is flatter or more peaked than a normal curve is said to be __________.

61)Since no environment can be more quiet than no noise at all, a survey of noise in various study environments found that noise scores tended to pile up at the low end, reflecting a(n) __________.

62)A psychologist would include difficult questions on an intelligence test to reduce the number of perfect scores in order to avoid a(n) __________.

63)A distribution that is flat is also referred to as __________.

64)A distribution that is peaked is also referred to as __________.

65)Graphs can be deceiving when the width to height proportion differs from __________.

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