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This video explains how to calculate the relative accumulated frequency, or "vale". This is done by dividing the absolute frequency by the total number of data points. The relative accumulated frequency is then expressed as a decimal (e.g., F1, F2, or HD).

**00:00:00**The video discusses the distribution of frequencies. Distribución de frecuencias is the same as saying table of frequencies. It is a statistical ordering of data from a population and a sample. Each data point is assigned a frequency. The absolute frequency, relative frequency, and accumulated frequency are all types of frequencies. The absolute frequency is the number of times the item is repeated. The relative frequency is the number of times the item is repeated compared to the number of times it is repeated in the population. The accumulated frequency is the sum of the relative frequencies. The frequency relativa is the frequency relative to the population. The frequency relativa is calculated by dividing the absolute frequency by the total number of data points. The frequency relativa is expressed as a capital letter (F). The frequency relativa is also expressed as a decimal (e.g., F1, F2, or HD). The frequency relativa is the relative frequency of the first element compared to the relative frequency of the second element, etc. The frequency relativa is always the same as the number of data points. The frequency acumulada is the frequency accumulated over all data points. The frequency acumulada is expressed in capital letters (F). The frequency acum**00:05:00**This video explains how to calculate the relative acumulated frequency, or "vale". This is a good thing because it is what we have seen so far. We now have the efe majuscule, which stands for "between n and vale". This means that we have three between seven. Three between 72 means three between seven is equal to one, and so on. You can see how this is expressed as efe / n vale. The tables also will be very easy to make. Now there will be other upcoming videos where we actually do these tables. Vale this just a small example to show you what it is. Hope you understand everything. If you have any questions or comments, you can contact us through our website and download the exercises below.

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