Which contains the fewest data values
class interval - one of several convenient intervals into which the values of the variate of a frequency distribution may be grouped.
We need small values of delta t as the smaller is the time interval better resolution of signal is possible. Also, the highest frequency in frequency domain is inversely proportional to delta t. So higher delta t in time domain results in higher the maximum frequency in frequency domain.
Not directly, but the cumulative frequency contains the same information as the frequencies for the values in question. However, it may not show the full details of the distribution if the values have been grouped.
The MIN function.
the answer is, interval
You find the the smallest and largest values. The interval is the largest minus the smallest.
The interval of 1.5 sd either side of the mean contains 87 of the values of a Gaussian distribution. For other distribution the answers will be different.
The difference between the successive values on a scale is an interval.
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