Topic 2. Tabular Method (Frequency Distribution Table) Learning Objectives At the end of the lesson, you are expected to: 1.Define and determine the parts of a frequency distribution table 2.Construct a frequency distribution table given raw data 3.Use a digital technology to construct a frequency distribution table Presentation of Content Frequency Distribution Table (FDT) It is a tabular arrangement of data into appropriate categories showing the number of observations in each category or group. Advantages It encompasses the size of the table. It makes the data more interpretive. Example of Frequency Distribution Table Table 1. The frequency distribution of the examination scores of sixty students in a statistics class Parts of a Frequency Distribution Table
Lower Class Limit These are the smallest numbers that can actually belong to different classes. Upper Class Limit These are the largest numbers that can actually belong to different classes.