Relative Frequency Calculator

Free online relative frequency calculator – quick and easy way to calculate the relative frequency of data values. Simply enter the data values and then click the calculate button.

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What is a relative frequency in statistics?

In statistics, relative frequency refers to the proportion of times an event occurs relative to the total number of observations or trials. It is a way to describe the probability of an event based on the data collected from a sample or a population.

Relative Frequency Formula

The formula for calculating relative frequency is:

Relative Frequency = (Number of times the event occurs) / (Total number of observations)

The result of the calculation can be expressed as a fraction, decimal, or percentage.

For example, if an event occurs 25 times out of 100 observations, the relative frequency would be 25/100 = 0.25 or 25%

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