The absolute frequency of a dataset is an exact count of elements of a database that share a particular property. The relative frequency is the percentage of the elements of the dataset that share a particular property. Table 1 contains the results of 10 experiments of rolling a single die. Table 2 shows the absolute frequency of the various outcomes.
|Table 1 - Outcomes of a single die roll|
|Outcome||Absolute Frequency||Relative Frequency|
|Table 2 - Frequency of outcomes|
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