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    From a practical point of view, what is the difference between a frequency distribution and a relative frequency distribution? Why is a cumulative relative frequency distribution so much more informative that just the relative frequency distribution? Use examples to describe these differences.

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    A frequency distribution is a tabular summary of data showing the number or frequency of observations in each of the variables of interest. This means that the frequency distribution shows how many times a specific variable was observed in the sample population. For example, in an experiment ...

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    The difference in frequency distribution and relative frequency is demonstrated.