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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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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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  • 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:

  1. Prompt "MULTI TABLES"
  2. Prompt "EXTENDED TRUNKING TABLES"
  3. Do not prompt any "STANDARD PLANS"
  4. "CH LOW" 8192 "CH HI" 12287 "BASE FREQ" 453.0250 "OFFSET" 8192 "STEP" 12.5
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How do I figure relative frequency


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%

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After you've set up multiple tables in your Microsoft Access database, you need a way of telling Access how to bring that information back together again. The first step in this process is to define relationships between your tables. After you've done that, you can create queries, forms, and reports to display information from several tables at once.

A relationship works by matching data in key fields - usually a field with the same name in both tables. In most cases, these matching fields are the primary key from one table, which provides a unique identifier for each record, and a foreign key in the other table. For example, teachers can be associated with the students they're responsible for by creating a relationship between the teacher's table and the student's table using the TeacherID fields.

Having met the criteria above, follow these steps for creating relationships between tables.
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