To explain: The benefits of representing the data sets using

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To explain: The benefits of representing the data sets using frequency distributions.
To explain: The benefits of representing the data sets using graphs of frequency.

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Answered 2021-10-29 Author has 8567 answers
Frequency distribution:
The table which represents the classes or intervals with the number of data entries in each class is termed as the frequency distribution. The frequency f represents the total number of data entries in each class.
If the data set have more data entries, it would be difficult to identify the patterns. By representing the data sets using frequency distributions and graphs of frequency distributions, patterns within data sets can be observed.
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