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How do you make a tally table and frequency chart?

week frequency cumulative frequency123


What is frequency chart?

it's a kind of display of a given data


Is frequency distribution mutually exclusive?

Yes. It doesn't make sense to have a frequency distribution WITHOUT the categories being mutually exclusive. For example, show a chart of the distribution of heights of children in a school. A given child is one specific height and so his contribution to the chart is in just one category. An example of where it doesn't make sense: percentage of shirts seen containing each color. You might have a total well over 100% since shirts can contain several colors, and so the colors are not mutually exclusive since a given shirt can be in two color categories. The colors are not 'exclusive' because blue does not exclude white.


How do you work out a cumulative frequency question?

This will purely depend on the question, if you get a frequency chart, (containing only the frequency and how often this was brought, take, etc depending on the question,) add up the frequency one by one and you will have the cumulative frequency. You then (depending on the question) make a chart or a box-plot and follow the question (i.e what if the correlation shown? this would depended on the trend of the data.)


What does frequency mean in frequency table?

A frequency table is like a tally chart used to record data. They have their subject and the choices to do from. On the other side they have how many voted or chose that answer.

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When representing a frequency distribution with a bar chart which bar will be the tallest?

A bar representing a frequency of (The Biggest #)


When representing a frequency distribution with a bar chart which of these bars will be the shortest?

A Bar Representing A Rrequency of A 12


Difference between histogram and bar chart?

A histogram is one kind of bar chart.Bar chartsIf we want to represent the data collected about qualitative variable then a bar chart is the simplest method to employ.The gaps between the categories in a bar chart are important: they emphasise the fact the categories used are mutually exclusive and do not form a continuum.HistogramsLike bar charts, a histogram is produced by sorting data into categories (called bins). However, unlike a bar chart, the values on the x-axis form a continuum: the point at which one bin ends is the point at which the next bin begins. For this reason, neighbouring bars in a histogram must touch. In a bar chart, frequency is expressed as the height of the bar; whereas in a histogram it is expressed as the area of the bar.Unlike a bar chart, where the gaps between the bars stress the absence of a continuum on the x-axis, the gaps in a histogram have a different meaning. Because the x-axis is a continuum, a gap in the data indicates that there were no data values in this bin.The shape of the histogram depends on the choice of x₀ and the bin-width, and making the wrong choice can led to flawed interpretations. Too many bins and you cannot see the structure of the data properly due to the presence of too much information; too few bins and you cannot see the structure at all. There are various methods for choosing the ideal bin-width, but none is definitive.Also, Both are used differently.


What is a bar chart?

A bar chart is a graph in the form of boxes of different heights, with each box representing a different category of data, and each height representing a frequency.


What do the intervals in a frequency chart have to be?

Usually the intervals in a frequency chart should be equal.


How do you make a tally table and frequency chart?

week frequency cumulative frequency123


Which is the most useful chart to use for representing how much the different parts of something contribute to the whole?

A pie chart.


What is frequency chart?

it's a kind of display of a given data


Which has a higher frequency gamma rays or xrays?

gamma has the highest frequency because on a wave chart the gamma rays have the most energy and frequency


What is the x-axis called on a chart?

Usually it is the horizontal ray... it can be called whatever it is representing.


What is A line chart or frequency polygon is based on?

It is based on some data.


What is a chart used to organize data and to tally the frequency of the data?

histogram

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