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Is the graphical analog of a frequency table?

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Curtis Strite
2020-07-07 15:09:05
2020-07-07 15:09:05

A) histogram

B) scatter plot

C) time series plot

D) contingency table

The Answer is "A" it's a Histogram

A bar chart is a graphical representation of data. A frequency table is a table of numbers, which breaks numbers into various groups, based on how often values occurs within ranges.

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The analog signal is converted to discrete signal. Even after the conversion, the frequency of the actual signal still remains the same. If the frequency of the discrete signal is different from the analog signal, the reconstructed signal would be different again. This is not what we expect. So base spectrum for similar signals have same frequencies, whether they are discrete or analog. Why do the repetitions occur? The original analog signal is multiplied with a dirac pattern. The base frequency is then shifted to the places, where diracs are available. So long the diracs keep repeating, the base frequency do repeats. Hope you are convinced with my answer

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I'm not sure if you are speaking of a specific instance.... However, a digital signal is a binary representation of the analog signal. The analog signal is constantly measured and the amplitude (voltage at the time of sample) of the analog signal is converted to a binary number at specific intervals (the frequency of the sample rate). The higher the frequency of the sample rate, the more accurate the representation of the analog signal.


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