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1. Using 10-yard intervals beginning with 200.0–under 210.0, 210.0–under 220.0, on up to 290.0–under 300.0, construct a frequency distribution for the distances traveled by the new ball.
2. Using the same intervals as in part 1, construct a frequency distribution for the distances traveled by the conventional ball.
3. Place the frequency distribution for the new ball next to the one for the conventional ball. Does it appear that the new ball might be more “lively” than the conventional ball?
Luke Thorndike, founder and current president of Thorndike Sports Equipment, had guided the business through 34 successful years and was now interested in bringing his favorite grandson Ted into the company.
The elder Thorndike, possessed of a sharp but fading wit, begins the meeting with, “Great to see you, Ted. You always were a high-strung kid. Thought you might like to join our tennis racquet division.” Ted counters, “Not quite, but you’re getting warm, Luke.” The Thorndikes have always been a strange bunch.


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