# adv stat hw-frequency - and dividing by two It can also be...

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G5 Arlene J. Dizon 06/30/09 III-Neon Class Limits Separate one class in a grouped frequency distribution from another. The limits could actually appear in the data and have gaps between the upper limit of one class and the lower limit of the next. Class Boundaries Separate one class in a grouped frequency distribution from another. The boundaries have one more decimal place than the raw data and therefore do not appear in the data. There is no gap between the upper boundary of one class and the lower boundary of the next class. The lower class boundary is found by subtracting 0.5 units from the lower class limit and the upper class boundary is found by adding 0.5 units to the upper class limit. Class Mark (Midpoint) The number in the middle of the class. It is found by adding the upper and lower limits
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Unformatted text preview: and dividing by two. It can also be found by adding the upper and lower boundaries and dividing by two. Class width or Class size It is the difference between actual limits of any class. Relative Frequency The frequency divided by the total frequency. This gives the percent of values falling in that class. Cumulative Frequency The number of values less than the upper class boundary for the current class. This is a running total of the frequencies. Cumulative Relative Frequency (Relative Cumulative Frequency) The running total of the relative frequencies or the cumulative frequency divided by the total frequency. Gives the percent of the values which are less than the upper class boundary. Range The difference between the highest and the lowest values in a set....
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## This note was uploaded on 07/12/2009 for the course BSE BIOLOG 5269-25 taught by Professor 5470369 during the Spring '09 term at Kings University College.

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