For example, if **10** students have scored marks in **the** interval 1-5, **the** **relative** **frequency** for this class will be **10**/200 = 0.05
Cumulative **frequency** **is** **the** "running sum" **of** **the** frequencies.

11857 **What** **is** **the** Doppler effect? **Frequency** **of** **the** sound shift. **What** **is** **the** Doppler effect? **Frequency** **of** **the** sound shift.

**Frequency** - **the** number **of** times that a particular value **of** data occurs
2.) **Relative** **frequency** - **frequency**/total- a sum **of** **relative** frequencies for a given set **of** data will equal 1.
3.)

**What** **is** **the** type **of** your data?
This **is** an ordinal data.
1. **What** **is** **the** size **of** your data set?
**The** size **of** **the** data set **is** 20.
2. Write your data in order from A to Z.

**The** mean grade **is** between **the** two most frequently occurring grade (B=3, C=2) **The** solution gives **the** details **of** construction **of** bar graph and **relative** **frequency** distribution **of** **the** given data.

**Relative** fitness **of** Bb will be **10** / 40 = 0.25
**Relative** fitness **of** bb will be 20 / 40 = 0.5
If **the** initial **frequency** **of** **the** B allele **is** 0.75; initial **frequency** **of** allele b **is** 0.25
According to Hardy-Weinberg law : p + q = 1
P2 + 2pq + q2 = 1

To get **the** **relative** **frequency** we have to divide this number by **the** total number **of** points which **is** **10**. So **the** answer **is** 0.4.
This solution holds if we consider a class to contain its upper cut point (150) also.

400940 Expected demand based on **relative** **frequency** Expected demand based on **relative** **frequency** **The** expected demand **is** **the** sum **of** each demand times its **relative** **frequency**:
0(.35) + 1(.30) + 2(.20) + 3(.**10**) + 4(.05) = 1.2 **The** expert examines **the** expected

11 Step 2: Find **the** **frequency** **of** data values in each class (Column C).
12 Step 3: Find **the** **relative** frequencies by dividing **the** **frequency** **of** a class to **the** total **frequency** **of** all classes (Column D).
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16 Step 4: Calculate **the** cumulative

111987 **Relative** **frequency** histogram questions **Relative** **frequency** histogram questions A nurse measured **the** blood pressure **of** each person who visited her clinic.