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Assgmt_3 - PYSC 274 Assignment P 35#1 f also known as the...

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PYSC 274 - Assignment P. 35 – #1 f – also known as the simple frequency of occurrence of each score in a frequency distribution. Frequency distribution – a table showing each score in a set of scores and how frequently each score occurred N – the total number of scores in a set of scores. Percentage frequency distribution – the frequency of the score divided by (N), which is the total number and then multiplying it with 100 %f – the relative frequency of a score multiplied by 100 Raw data – scores obtained from participants before the scores have been analyzed statistically Raw scores – equivalent to the definition of raw data Relative frequency distribution – is calculated by dividing the rf by N & it is also the frequency or occurrence of scores in an ungrouped frequency distribution rf – the frequency of a score divided by the total number of scores obtained. Ungrouped frequency distribution – a frequency distribution constructed by listing all possible score values between the lowest & highest scores obtained and then placing a tally mark beside a score each time it occurs.
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  • Spring '07
  • Walsh
  • Frequency distribution, Histogram, class interval, 1 bar, 0.05 5%, 0.05 0.05 0.05 0.05 0.05 0.05 0.1 0.5 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.5 10%

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