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Simply, relative frequency is the **[...]** of total observations falling within each interval.

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percentage

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#reading-8-statistical-concepts-and-market-returns

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Simply, relative frequency is the **[...]** of total observations falling within each interval.

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#reading-8-statistical-concepts-and-market-returns

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Simply, relative frequency is the **[...]** of total observations falling within each interval.

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percentage

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**Subject 3. Frequency Distributions**

; The relative frequency for a class is calculated by dividing the number of observations in a class by the total number of observations and converting this figure to a percentage (multiplying the fraction by 100). <span>Simply, relative frequency is the percentage of total observations falling within each interval. It is another way of analyzing data; it tells us, for each class, what proportion (or percentage) of data falls in that class. Let's look at an example. The fo

; The relative frequency for a class is calculated by dividing the number of observations in a class by the total number of observations and converting this figure to a percentage (multiplying the fraction by 100). <span>Simply, relative frequency is the percentage of total observations falling within each interval. It is another way of analyzing data; it tells us, for each class, what proportion (or percentage) of data falls in that class. Let's look at an example. The fo

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