Question about Texas Instruments TI-83 Plus Calculator

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You divide the number of occurrences of one data value by the total number of data values.

Posted on Sep 02, 2014

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Mar 30, 2016 | Radio Communications

For some frequencies ,factory/dealer settings , is not allowed to transmit. Only if you reprogramming the radio transciver,but be careful do not disturb the paid frequencies. Stay away of troubles!

Mar 25, 2015 | Radio Communications

Error 64,65,66 are related to the same problem

**64.** (01000000) Phase 5 and 6 - Pressure Transducer (Ptx) error frequency < 66kHz

The Motor Controller module has received signals from the water level sensor (Ptx)

below normal frequency values.

Primary Source: Motor controller module.

Action: Replace Motor Controller module.

**65.** (01000001) Phase 5 and 6 - Pressure Transducer (Ptx) error frequency > 90kHz

The Motor Controller module has received signals from the water level sensor (Ptx)

above normal frequency values.

Primary Source: Motor Controller module.

Action:Replace Motor Controller module.

**66.** (01000001) Pressure Transducer Error [Ptx

Frequency > 90 kHz

The Motor Controller module has received signals from the water level sensor (Ptx)

below normal frequency values.

Primary Source: Motor controller module.

Action: Replace Motor Controller module.

The Motor Controller module has received signals from the water level sensor (Ptx)

above normal frequency values.

Primary Source: Motor Controller module.

Action:Replace Motor Controller module.

Frequency > 90 kHz

Aug 03, 2014 | Fisher and Paykel Washing Machines

It is a frequency table where the entries are the relative frequencies

relative frequency= (frequency/sum of all frequencies). The frequency can be expressed as a decimal number or a percentage. In that last case, the total of all frequencies will be approximately 100% (due to rounding errors).

relative frequency= (frequency/sum of all frequencies). The frequency can be expressed as a decimal number or a percentage. In that last case, the total of all frequencies will be approximately 100% (due to rounding errors).

May 12, 2014 | Texas Instruments TI-83 Plus Calculator

Hi Omar / Anonymous

2120 total passengers. Subtracting other 3 from 2120 leaves 115 favoring Milwaukee. Divide each number by 2120 for fractional frequencies: Indiana 0.087 SL 0.198 CHI 0.660, MIL 0.054.

For relative Frequency, use the smallest group (Milwaukee) as the base and express the others as multiples of 115. The relative frequency then is MIL 1.000:1, IND (185/115) = 1.609:1, SL(420/115) = 3.652:1 and CHI (1400/115) == 12.174:1

All that said, I'll make a non-accusatory general observation that Fixya isn't and would not be an appropriate place to hunt for answers to homework problems. In the event that this oddly specific question has nothing to do with homework, please ignore the above. If it is homework, please observe the methods used and then go reproduce them yourself to make sore you understand the process and can do it.

Cheers

D

2120 total passengers. Subtracting other 3 from 2120 leaves 115 favoring Milwaukee. Divide each number by 2120 for fractional frequencies: Indiana 0.087 SL 0.198 CHI 0.660, MIL 0.054.

For relative Frequency, use the smallest group (Milwaukee) as the base and express the others as multiples of 115. The relative frequency then is MIL 1.000:1, IND (185/115) = 1.609:1, SL(420/115) = 3.652:1 and CHI (1400/115) == 12.174:1

All that said, I'll make a non-accusatory general observation that Fixya isn't and would not be an appropriate place to hunt for answers to homework problems. In the event that this oddly specific question has nothing to do with homework, please ignore the above. If it is homework, please observe the methods used and then go reproduce them yourself to make sore you understand the process and can do it.

Cheers

D

Jan 31, 2014 | Office Equipment & Supplies

For a plane wave in a homogeneous medium, the phase velocity of the wave is related to the frequency and the wavelength by the relation

velocity = wave_length*frequency

In this case

velocity (in m/s)=(4*10^-3 m )*(3*10^9 s^-1)=12*10^(9-3)=12*10^6

Thus**velocity=1.2*10^7 m/s**

velocity = wave_length*frequency

In this case

velocity (in m/s)=(4*10^-3 m )*(3*10^9 s^-1)=12*10^(9-3)=12*10^6

Thus

Nov 28, 2013 | Office Equipment & Supplies

the vss is a variable reluctance or hall effect sensor that generates a waveform with a frequency that is proportional to the speed of the vehicle. if the vehicle is moving at a relatively low velocity , the sensor produces a signal with a low frequency. as the vehicle velocity increases,the sensor generate a signal with a higher frequency. the powertrain control module uses the frequency signal generated by the vss (and other inputs) to control such parameters as fuel injection, ignition control, transmission shifting and torgue converter clutch scheduling

Sep 14, 2013 | Lincoln Cars & Trucks

In the context of statistics the relative frequency of a data item (for ungrouped data) or a class (for grouped data) is equal to the ratio of the frequency of the data item or class divided by the sum of frequencies of all the data items or classes multiplied by 100%.

If you want the probability not the relative frequency, do not multiply the ratio by 100%.

Example: In a sample with N data items, a particular items occurs n times. Its relative frequency is equal to (n/N)x100%

If you want the probability not the relative frequency, do not multiply the ratio by 100%.

Example: In a sample with N data items, a particular items occurs n times. Its relative frequency is equal to (n/N)x100%

Jun 01, 2011 | Texas Instruments TI-83 Plus Calculator

http://www.radioreference.com/apps/db/ There should be more than enough frequencies here to keep you busy!!....Have fun!!

Oct 28, 2009 | Uniden BC72XLT Handheld Scanner

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