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Making a Grouped Frequency Table
(KS3, Year 7)
Making a Grouped Frequency Table
A grouped frequency table is a great way to present a lot of data. Imagine a teacher collected the test scores of their mathematics class:Depending on each student's test score, the teacher will assign a grade:
How to Make a Grouped Frequency Table
Making a grouped frequency table is easy.Question
Construct a grouped frequency table for the numbers below.StepbyStep:
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Construct a table with three columns:
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In the Score column, write the groups of numbers. In our example, we will use the group of test scores assigned to the different grades.
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Go through the set of numbers in the Question. For each number, see which of the group of numbers it belongs in. Cross it out and put a tally mark in the Tally column, in the row for that group of numbers.

The first number is 2. It belongs in the 1  5 group. Cross it out and put a tally mark in the Tally column in the 1  5 row.

The second number is 10. Cross it out and put a tally mark in the Tally column in the 10 row.

Continue until all numbers have been crossed out and had tally marks placed in the Tally column.
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For each row, count the tally marks. Write the number of tally marks in the Frequency column.
Answer:
We have made the grouped frequency table for the set of numbers given in the question. Do you disagree with something on this page?
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