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    Relative and Cumulative Frequency Distributions

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    Illustrate, with a numerical example, the difference between the relative and cumulative frequency distributions.

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    When looking at data, there are several types of "frequencies" to compute. These are:

    1.) 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.) Cumulative frequency - ...

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    This solution defines and illustrates what relative and cumulative frequency distributions are.