Suppose we had a larger dataset with values ranging from 0 to 50. We might not want to know exactly how many 0’s, 1’s, 2’s, etc. we have.

Instead, we might want to know how many values fall between 0 and 5, 6 and 10, 11 and 15, etc.

These groupings are called *bins*. All bins in a histogram are always the same size. The *width* of each bin is the distance between the minimum and maximum values of each bin. In our example, the width of each bin would be 5.

For a dataset like this, our histogram table would look like this:

Bin | Number of Values |
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(0, 5) | 2 |

(6, 10) | 10 |

(11, 15) | 11 |

… | … |

(46, 50) | 3 |

And if we were to graph this histogram, it would look like this:

### Instructions

**1.**

To your right, there is a new histogram representing a new dataset.

What is the width of each bin in this histogram? Save your answer to the variable `width`

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**2.**

How many samples in this dataset fall between 10 and 15? Save your answer to the variable `ans`

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