a.

Classifying the frequencies of a continuous variable into classes is important to summarize the data in a suitable way, allowing for better visualization and understanding of the data, as well as facilitating the identification of patterns and trends.

b.

Classifying the frequencies of a continuous variable into classes is irrelevant for decision-making, as it only confuses the data analysis.

c.

Classifying the frequencies of a continuous variable into classes is important only for discrete variables, not relevant for continuous variables.

d.

Classifying the frequencies of a continuous variable into classes is not necessary, as the data is already presented clearly and objectively in the survey.

e.

Classifying the frequencies of a continuous variable into classes is important to summarize the data in a suitable way, allowing for comparison with other similar surveys.

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