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the ratio of the number of observations in a statistical category to the total number of observations

the number of observations in a given statistical category

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Because scenario 3 overlaps scenarios 1 and 2, its cumulative frequency includes contributions from those two scenarios.
Since we have sorted the scenarios so that the lower bounds of their severity ranges are nondecreasing, the cumulative frequency for a scenario needs to include contributions only from overlapping scenarios that precede it in the ordering.
If the cumulative frequency specified by the scenario data is the same or less than the number of events in the sample loss data over the same severity range, then the scenario is satisfied by the sample data.
Figure 5 shows the cumulative frequency of echoics emitted by the caregiver compared with the frequency of echoics and imperfect echoics emitted by the child.
As the sessions continued, the cumulative frequency of imperfect echoics was progressively differentiated from the cumulative frequency of echoics, indicating that the child acquired a generalized echoic repertoire and became able to properly echo new words that he heard.
The vocabulary growth curve created by Hart and Risley (1999) to illustrate the average growth of vocabulary by age in months is very similar to the curve of cumulative frequency of the tact category.
For the quantile classification, the difference in cumulative frequency between any two class limits is approximately the same.
Students were asked if they had ever taken a statistics course and how well they understood frequency and cumulative frequency diagrams.
Frequency Distribution (Grouped and Cumulative) of Income Valid Cumulative Frequency Percentage Percentage Percentage Valid <$10,000 4 12.
The guidelines specify allowable land use (a surrogate for population density) for specified levels of individual risk, and hence incorporate considerations of societal risk without the need for the more complicated societal risk guidelines based on complementary cumulative frequency distributions (EN curves).
Age group frequency Percent Frequency cumulative frequency Under 20 %5 %5 %5 21 to 30 %11 %11 %16 31 to 40 %32 %32 %48 41 to 50 %28 %28 %76 Above 51 %24 %24 %100 Findings (2014)
Education level frequency Percent Frequency Illiterate %3 %3 Cycle %16 %16 Diploma %34 %34 diploma Above %14 %14 undergraduate level %24 %24 Master or higher %9 %9 Education level cumulative frequency Illiterate %3 Cycle %19 Diploma %53 diploma Above %67 undergraduate level %91 Master or higher %100 Findings (2014)
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