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 Introduction
This worksheet is about finding a mean average from a frequency table.
Sometimes the data given for finding a mean is in a table. The table below shows the number of pets owned by 21 different people.




The total number of people = 7 + 6 + 5 + 2 + 1 = 21.



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 Question 1
The following table shows the money (in £100 rounded to the nearest £100) collected by people on a sponsored run.
Work out the mean amount collected by each person.
(Round answers to the nearest whole number in this and the following questions)
Money collected ( x £100)  1  2  3  4  5 
Number of people  3  7  10  10  5 
Mean: 

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 Question 2
The following table shows the money (in £100 rounded to the nearest £100) collected by people on a sponsored run.
Work out the mean amount collected by each person.
Money collected (x £100)  1  2  3  4  5 
Number of people  3  7  8  10  7 
Mean: 

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 Question 3
The following table shows the money (in £100 rounded to the nearest £100) collected by people on a sponsored run.
Work out the mean amount collected by each person.
Money collected (x £100)  1  2  3  4  5 
Number of people  3  10  9  9  9 
Mean: 

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 Question 4
The following table shows the money (in £100 rounded to the nearest £100) collected by people on a sponsored run.
Work out the mean amount collected by each person.
Money collected (x £100)  1  2  3  4  5 
Number of people  7  8  9  10  4 
Mean: 

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 Question 5
The following table shows the money (in £100 rounded to the nearest £100) collected by people on a sponsored run.
Work out the mean amount collected by each person.
Money collected (x £100)  1  2  3  4  5 
Number of people  5  9  5  6  3 
Mean: 

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 Question 6
The following table shows the money (in £100 rounded to the nearest £100) collected by people on a sponsored run.
Work out the mean amount collected by each person.
Money collected (x £100)  1  2  3  4  5 
Number of people  6  10  9  8  4 
Mean: 

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 Question 7
The following table shows the money (in £100 rounded to the nearest £100) collected by people on a sponsored run.
Work out the mean amount collected by each person.
Money collected (x £100)  1  2  3  4  5 
Number of people  7  8  10  8  5 
Mean: 

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 Question 8
The following table shows the money (in £100 rounded to the nearest £100) collected by people on a sponsored run.
Work out the mean amount collected by each person.
Money collected (x £100)  1  2  3  4  5 
Number of people  5  7  9  8  2 
Mean: 

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 Question 9
The following table shows the money (in £100 rounded to the nearest £100) collected by people on a sponsored run.
Work out the mean amount collected by each person.
Money collected (x £100)  1  2  3  4  5 
Number of people  4  7  9  8  7 
Mean: 

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 Question 10
The following table shows the money (in £100 rounded to the nearest £100) collected by people on a sponsored run.
Work out the mean amount collected by each person.
Money collected (x £100)  1  2  3  4  5 
Number of people  5  6  7  10  3 
Mean: 
