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Relative Frequency

Concept

Relative Frequency

When a random experiment is repeated several times, the frequency of an event or outcome divided by the number of times the experiment was repeated is called the relative frequency.

Relative frequency

Relative frequencies can be organized in a table. For example, the following table contains the relative frequencies of the different results from rolling one dice times.
Click the button to generate a new relative frequency distribution.