Frequency Density?


Frequency density is a set of intervals or a range of conditions, usually adjacent and of equal width, into which the range of a statistical distribution is divided in a histogram. The formula to find Frequency density is frequency ÷ class width.
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1. Determine whether or not your bars are of the same or different widths. If they are all the same, then there is no reason to calculate frequency density, and simple representation
Answer: Frequency/Class width (In a histogram it is on the y-axis, and the frequency is the area of the bars) This GCSE Bitesize Revision link is really useful:-
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