The relative frequency for the subgroup is Relative frequency Subgroup count

# The relative frequency for the subgroup is relative

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The relative frequency for the subgroup is: Relative frequency = Subgroup count / Total count. 26
To express relative frequencies in terms of percentages, multiply each proportion by 100%. Note that the total of the proportions must add to 1.0 and the total of the percentages must add to 100%. 2.1 Summarizing Qualitative Data LO 2.1 Weather Frequency Relative Frequency Percentage Cloudy 1 1/28=0.036 x 100= 3.6% Rainy 20 20/28=0.714 x 100=71.4% Sunny 7 7/28=0.250 x 100=25.0% Total 28 28/28=1.000 x 100=100% 27
Example 2.1: Describing 2006 Jeep Purchasing Patterns Table 2.1 lists all 251 vehicles sold in 2006 by the greater Cincinnati Jeep dealers Table 2.1 does not reveal much useful information A frequency distribution is a useful summary Simply count the number of times each model appears in Table 2.1 28
Table 2.1 lists all 251 vehicles sold in 2006 by the greater Cincinnati Jeep dealers 29