How is relative frequency calculated?

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This is calculated by the simple mathematical relationship of subtraction. You simply calculate range and subtract the minimum value from the maximum value.
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Frequency is the total number of observations of a determined type, so to calculate relative frequency you need to divide the number of observations of a certain type by the total
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