A cumulative frequency distribution associates each value in a data set with the  proportion of observations in the data set that have the specified value  proportion of observations in the data set that have the specified value or lesser value  number of observations in the data set that have the specified value  number of observations in the data set that have the specified value or a lesser value

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Asked Oct 16, 2019
  1. A cumulative frequency distribution associates each value in a data set with the

       

    proportion of observations in the data set that have the specified value

       

    proportion of observations in the data set that have the specified value or lesser value

       

    number of observations in the data set that have the specified value

       

    number of observations in the data set that have the specified value or a lesser value

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Frequency of a value is the count of the number of observations of that value, observed in the dataset...

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