# What type graph would best display data in a frequency table?

Almost any: column, bar, line, pie, scatter, pictogram.

### What is main definition of a frequency table?

A table divided into cells by category with counts for each category in each cell. For example, let's say you were counting the number of cars and trucks that drove down a road each day over a 5-day week. Your categories would be vehicle and day. You could summarise this as a frequency table: = What is a frequency table? = ............ Mon | Tues | Wed | Thu | Fri | TOTAL Cars...... 10…

### Is a graph the same thing as a table?

kind of, but it matters what kind of table or graph it is Well, not exactly, but you could make a graph from a table. For instance you might record the height of a bean plant each day in a table, then use these numbers, one as the x coordinate and the other as the y coordinate to form a graph which would give you a continuous picture of the growth of the plant. From…

### In classical physics how does an atomic oscillator behave when heated in terms of energy emissions?

The oscillator starts at relatively low frequency and emits electromagnetic radiation of relatively low frequency (or long wavelength) and low intensity. As the heating continues, the frequency of oscillation also increases as does the frequency of the emitted radiation and the intensity of the radiation. A graph of intensity vs. wavelength would start high on the left (at short wavelengths) and fall off to the right exponentially to low intensity at long wavelengths. This graph…

### What is a bar graph use for?

Bar graphs are typically used to represent frequency, or how frequent something occurs. For example, if you conduct a survey on a sample asking their favorite ice cream, you would use a bar graph. Be careful when deciding between a bar graph and a histogram. You can look up on Google the differences between a bar graph and a histogram.

### How do you find the percentage value in a frequency table?

To find the percentage value in a Frequency table you have to divide each frequency value by the total amount of the sample. For example, if you have 40 cars in a race, and you want to know what is the percentage of the cars that is going 65 mph you then check to see out of 40 cars how many cars are going 65 mph if I look and there is 5. Five would…