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Q: What is the difference frequency graph versus percentage graph?

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A line graph

A line graph

A frequency curve is a graph obtained by joining the points of a frequency polygon freehand smoothly.

A cumulative frequency curve is a graph that shows the cumulative frequency of a data set. This type of graph can present data, such as medians and quartiles. Another name for this curve is an Ogive.

pie graph

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frequency is the kinds of the line graph, bar graph, picture graph, pie graph. that's all

A bar graph cannot have classes with different width. The height of a bar graph represents the frequency attributed to that class whereas in a histogram the area of a "bar" is proportional to the frequency, the height represents the frequency density.

Speed can be shown on a graph of position versus time, and acceleration can be shown on a graph of speed versus time.

The difference between frequency polygon and line graphs is their purpose. Frequency polygons are for understanding shapes distributions, while line graphs shows information that is related in some way.

The answer depends on what the graph displays.

The slope of a velocity-versus-time graph represents the acceleration of the object.

A cumulative frequency polygon has straight lines connecting the points. A normal cumulative frequency diagram uses a smooth curve to join the points.

yes you can plot same things from a frequency graph on a line graph because it is the same thing :) peace

yes. An ogive is also known as a cumulative frequency graph.

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a cumulative frequency graph mearsure the cumulative frequency on the y-axis and the class boundaries on the x-axis

A pie graph is used for percentage.

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