(Solved) MATH225 Week 2 Discussion : Graphing and Describing Data in Everyday Life

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For the first data set – list of all the injuries that were seen in a clinic in a month’s time, I would use a relative frequency table as shown in the table below.

Injury Frequency Relative Frequency
Sprains 38 0.51 (51%)
Fractures 20 0.28 (27%)
Knee injuries 16 0.21 (21%)
Total 75


As indicated by Holmes, Illowsky and Dean (2017) frequency relative distribution can help a researcher assess the relative abundance of each particular data within the sample. The authors further note that this can easily help the researcher to conceptualise a given piece of data without overthinking it. For instance……………….

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