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In a given sample there are some things that are the same in most of variables within it. The number of instances in which a variable takes each of its possible values can be described by the frequency distribution. Take the test...

Questions: 11  |  Attempts: 1125   |  Last updated: Sep 21, 2020
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    Why is it sometimes easier to use a frequency table to interpret data than to examine a distribution of raw scores?

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Questions: 29  |  Attempts: 1996   |  Last updated: Jan 31, 2013
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    The amount of frequency deviation from the carrier center frequency in an FM transmitter is proportional to what characteristic of the modulating signal?

Frequency adverbs and expressions quiz

Questions: 10  |  Attempts: 443   |  Last updated: Apr 24, 2013
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    Which word means the same as "sometimes"?


Questions: 12  |  Attempts: 230   |  Last updated: Aug 29, 2014
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    What is the median credit card debt?

This quiz is a multiple choice quiz used to test first grade students on high frequncy words. Students will choose the correct high frequncy word to fill in the blank.

Questions: 8  |  Attempts: 114   |  Last updated: Jan 3, 2013
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    The gingerbread baby went __________ his gingerbread house.
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Frequency Questions & Answers


What is the difference between FDM and TDM?
Although, FDM or Frequency Division Multiplexing and TDM or Time Division Multiplexing are two ways of combining multiple signals into one, there are still some little differences between the two, especially when you compare the mechanism employed in
What is the difference between Frequency and Relative Frequency?
Frequency would refer to the number of times that results would occur. This means that if you would like to measure how long it would take for the balls to bounce for a certain time, you would be able to get the frequency. If you would like to know
Why is it sometimes easier to use a frequency table to interpret data than to examine a distribution of raw scores?
Frequency tables display patterns, organizing the data by how often each score occurs.
Which of the following would be true in comparing frequency tables with grouped frequency tables for the same set of data?
If the data set is large the grouped frequency table would be easier to decipher.