A shortage of candidates has required school districts to pay higher salaries and offer extras to attract and retain school district superintendents. The following data show the annual base salary ($1000s) for superintendents in 20 districts in the greater Rochester, New York, area (The Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, February 10, 2008).
Use classes of 150-159, 160-169, and so on in the following.
a. Show the frequency distribution.
b. Show the percent frequency distribution.
c. Show the cumulative percent frequency distribution.
d. Develop a histogram for the annual base salary.
e. Do the data appear to be skewed? Explain.
f. What percentage of the superintendents make more than $200,000?

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