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Ungrouped frequency distributions, grouped frequency distributions, cumulative frequency distributions, and relative frequency distributions are the distinct forms of frequency distributions.

In statistics, frequency distribution is a list, table, or graphical depiction of the number of occurrences (frequency) of distinct values spread during a certain period of time or interval. Frequency Distribution is divided into two types: grouped and ungrouped.

  • Determine the data set's range.
  • Multiply the range by the desired number of groups, then round up.
  • To make your groups, use the class width.
  • Calculate the frequency for each of the groups.

A frequency distribution is a statistical tool that offers a visual depiction of the distribution of data within a test. Frequency distribution is frequently used by analysts to depict or interpret the data obtained in a sample.

Symmetric and asymmetric frequency distributions are the two types of frequency distributions. Positively skewed and negatively skewed asymmetric distributions are also possible. A symmetric distribution is defined as one in which the data values are uniformly distributed around the mean.

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