What is the name for a relative frequency distribution shown by heights?
Are you talking about a histogram of the relative frequency distribution.
Cumulative Frequency - The purpose is to help understand the total frequency of everything UP TO a given value. By example: You could have a list of women heights and the frequency (or probability or fraction of the population) that you'll find women of each height. Or you could have a list of women heights and the frequency that you'll find women of that height OR SHORTER. This is "cumulative" in that it adds all…
What are the guidelines used to determine the relative ages of the rocks and events shown by a geologic cross-section?
This will purely depend on the question, if you get a frequency chart, (containing only the frequency and how often this was brought, take, etc depending on the question,) add up the frequency one by one and you will have the cumulative frequency. You then (depending on the question) make a chart or a box-plot and follow the question (i.e what if the correlation shown? this would depended on the trend of the data.)
The relationship between frequency and wavelength is shown by the equation: v= f (lambda) where v is velocity, f is frequency, and lambda is wavelength. The wavelenth is the distance between two analogous points in the wave (ie. two peaks, or two troughs), and the frequency is the number of wavelenths per second.
Meaning: Proportion of times that an event occurs in the long run when the conditions are stable, or the observed relative frequency of an event in a very large number of trials. This method uses the relative frequencies of past occurrences as probabilities. We determine how often something has happened in the past and use that fi8gure to predict the probability that it will happen again in the future. For example, suppose that an accounts…
His parents is shown on a portrait he drew in the Elmo's World segment on Sesame Street. On the birthday episodes, flashbacks are shown with Elmo and his parents. Elmo's parents are rarely seen, though. No other relative of Elmo has been shown on the show. Elmo may be related to another monster, though.