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Bob Hayden

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ogive message? (y/n) y
Posted: Apr 11, 1997 10:09 PM
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----- Forwarded message from AHankla@aol.com -----

In the REA book, one of the MC questions refers to the ogive frequency
distribution. I can figure out what ogive means from the answer but I never
heard that word before. Is it a common one?

----- End of forwarded message from AHankla@aol.com -----

For those unfamiliar with the term, the ogive was a primitive version
of the hand jive.


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