Here's another way that a Frequency Table may look like:

**Homework**

- Preparation for next lesson's discussion: Mean, Median, Mode
- p16-p17: Read through what Mean, Median, Mode are
- p17-p19: Attempt Tier A (Q1 to Q3) and Tier B (Q1 & Q2) questions

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Here's another way that a Frequency Table may look like:

This is how the histogram looks like

**Homework**

Here's another way that a Frequency Table may look like:

- Preparation for next lesson's discussion: Mean, Median, Mode
- p16-p17: Read through what Mean, Median, Mode are
- p17-p19: Attempt Tier A (Q1 to Q3) and Tier B (Q1 & Q2) questions

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