Question Situation 2: Table 1.2 shows the distribution of the scores obtained in a test administered to a sample of families from the Metropolitan Area to find out their knowledge about intra-family violence. The study was carried out for a week by a group of students from the Criminal Justice Program to design an orientation plan. Instructions: 1. Find the following measures for a GROUPED DATA distribution: to. Fashion; b. Median; c. Variance d. Standard deviation. 2. After calculating each measurement you must: to. Indicate which is the variable under study (what does the data represent). b. Explain (analyze, compare) the results in at least 3 sentences. You can use the following questions as a guide in your analysis: i. What is the average obtained in the test administered on intra-family violence? What does it mean? ii. What is the score on the most repeated test and what does it mean? iii. If we divide the distribution into two equal parts, what is the value that represents 50% of the scores, the one that is in the center of the distribution? iv. How does the median compare to the mean? What kind of distribution is it (symmetric or asymmetric) What does it mean? v. What is the result of the standard deviation? What does the result of the standard deviation represent? saw. Is it a homogeneous or heterogeneous distribution? What does it mean Remember that in the calculation of each measure (mode, median, variance, and standard deviation) it is recommended to include the equation and present the computations. Table Xf80 – 891790 – 9922100 – 1096110 – 1198120 – 1297 n=60Math STAT 300