Answer :

(i) It gives the information about the no. of families with different no. of members in the locality.

(ii) The no. of families having 6 members = 50


(iii) 3 members per family are there in the maximum no. of families. The no. of families which have 3 members = 120


(iv) 9 and 10 are the numbers of members per family for which the number of families are equal. The number of such families is 5.


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