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Jul-21-02, 11:51 AM (EST)
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"Maths work layout help"
I am currently doing maths coursework at the mo and so far everything seems to be going alright however I have a problem. I am doing an investigation into newspapers and this is my aim:
I have decided that every third or fourth word in an article will have the numbers of letters counted in it.
Sounds alright so far but I'm not sure my method of presenting data is very good. Could you please suggest an effective way of presenting the data? eg- tables, mode frequency etc

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Jul-22-02, 10:21 PM (EST)
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1. "RE: Maths work layout help"
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   One thing that comes to mind is the common histogram. But who knows. If your data representation has a purpose then, there may be less generic but more suitable ways.

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