Question: In the game of golf distance control is just as

In the game of golf, distance control is just as important as how far a player hits the ball. Michael went to the driving range with his range finder and hit 75 golf balls with his pitching wedge and measured the distance each ball traveled (in yards). He obtained the following data:
(a) Use MINITAB or other statistical software to construct a relative frequency histogram. Comment on the shape of the distribution. Draw a normal density function on the relative frequency histogram.
(b) Do you think the normal density function accurately describes the distance Michael hits with a pitching wedge? Why?

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