Relative Frequency

Relative frequency is a statistical term used to describe how often something happens in relation to all possible outcomes. An example can be seen by looking at a team's football season. If the team won 6 games out of 10, the relative frequency would be 6/10=0.6. The frequency of winning is 6 but the relative frequency shows a percentage of how many games won in regards to how many games were played in total.

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