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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).

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

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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

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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

GMRS operation is only legal on the fifteen frequency channels which are designed into the unit. What makes you think that there are hidden frequencies?

Dec 19, 2013 | Kenwood ProTalk XLS TK-3131 (15 Channels)...

Put the frequencies into the list LFREQ instead of L2.

Jun 14, 2013 | Texas Instruments TI-83 Plus Calculator

- You have to uses external software on this scanner.

- Custom GRE/Radio Shack Frequency Table

- Table 1 ---

- With WIN96 software for the PRO 96/2096 scanner:

- Prompt "MULTI TABLES"
- Prompt "EXTENDED TRUNKING TABLES"
- Do not prompt any "STANDARD PLANS"
- "CH LOW" 8192 "CH HI" 12287 "BASE FREQ" 453.0250 "OFFSET" 8192 "STEP" 12.5
- "CH LOW 12288 "CH HI" 16383 "BASE FREQ" 450.0000 "OFFSET" 12288 "STEP" 6.25
- Clear all other trunking tables, and prompt "OK"
- Now save your file.

- Custom Uniden Frequency Tables

- Table 1 -

- Base: 452.0000
- Space: 12.5
- Offset: 380

- Table 2 -

- Base: 460.0000
- Space: 12.5
- Offset: 570

- If you have not done this then you will receive no audio on digital reception.

- If you have any comments please feel free to leave them here.
- Hope this helps and thank you for using FixYa.

Regards, Tony

Oct 06, 2011 | Radio Shack Pro-2096 Base Scanner

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

every reeiver have table groups and frequency youcan see tha table and pyt the right frequency for atsh groupe

Oct 16, 2010 | Sony (UWP-S1) Professional Microphone

While I'm not saying it's not possible, it's not something Oracle (Or any relational database) is designed to support, so don't be surprised if this isn't possible or extremely difficult.

Relational databases support predictable relationships. IE: Table 1 relates to Table 2 in a given way.

Relational databases do not support varied relationships depending on the data in each row. The query engines simply can not join data this way.

If you provide me more details about your data, I might be able to propose a table structure that doesn't require a different table for each row of data in ROOT.

Relational databases support predictable relationships. IE: Table 1 relates to Table 2 in a given way.

Relational databases do not support varied relationships depending on the data in each row. The query engines simply can not join data this way.

If you provide me more details about your data, I might be able to propose a table structure that doesn't require a different table for each row of data in ROOT.

Feb 12, 2009 | Microsoft Computers & Internet

http://www.radioreference.com/forums/showthread.php?t=100208&highlight=custom+tables

You need to program custom tables into the Pro-96. Visit the link above.

ChLO ChHI Step Offset Base

440 559 25.000 440 851.025000

000 719 25.000 0 851.012500

720 759 25.000 0 848.000000

815 831 25.000 0 846.625000

958 958 25.000 958 868.975000

961 1022 25.000 0 843.400000

You need to program custom tables into the Pro-96. Visit the link above.

ChLO ChHI Step Offset Base

440 559 25.000 440 851.025000

000 719 25.000 0 851.012500

720 759 25.000 0 848.000000

815 831 25.000 0 846.625000

958 958 25.000 958 868.975000

961 1022 25.000 0 843.400000

Mar 15, 2008 | Radio Shack Pro-96 Scanner

Here goes if you still need this...

STAT, EDIT, put information into L1 if only one variable stats, but put info into L1 and L2 if it is frequency table stats.

Then choose Stat, over to CALC, 1, enter...if 1 variable stats then press enter again. If frequency table stats, then choose STAT, over to CALC, 1, 2nd, 1 [L!], 2nd, 2 [L2], enter.

STAT, EDIT, put information into L1 if only one variable stats, but put info into L1 and L2 if it is frequency table stats.

Then choose Stat, over to CALC, 1, enter...if 1 variable stats then press enter again. If frequency table stats, then choose STAT, over to CALC, 1, 2nd, 1 [L!], 2nd, 2 [L2], enter.

Oct 15, 2007 | Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus Calculator

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