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How do frequency tables, relative frequencies, and histograms showing relative frequencies help us understand sampling distributions?

They show each data point in the sampling distribution and how it relates to the overall distribution.They provide insight into the overall behavior of the population, therefore helping us understand the sampling distribution. They help us visualize the sampling distribution by using tables and graphs that approximately represent the sampling distribution.They help us visualize the sampling distribution by using tables and graphs that approximately represent the population distribution.

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