IM1.8.4 Relative Frequencies

Lind, Jon

Task 1: Rachel's Back!

Task 1: Rachel's Back!

Relative Frequencies

Rachel thinks that this data isn't good enough to make her argument clear. She wants to show the difference that age makes in the number of texts sent, and she wants it to be very clear. She thinks it might be better to look at relative frequencies, or percentages. Below, complete the three different types of relative frequencies for the data above.


1. Using the RF by row table, complete the following conditional statement: "Of all teenagers in the survey, _______% average more than 100 texts per day. 2. Write your own conditional statement based on the RF by row table. 3. Write TWO conditional statements based on the RF by column table. 4. Write two conditional statements based on the RF whole table.