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FREQUENCY TABLE, MEAN

,
MEDIAN, AND MODE FOR
GROUPED DATA

BELOW ARE THE SCORES OF 52 STUDENTS ON
THE 5TH EXAMINATION IN FILIPINO 8-A

49 69 75 82 90
52 71 75 83 91
54 71 77 83 92
56 72 77 83 93
56 72 78 84 93
60 73 78 85 94
62 73 79 85 94
63 73 80 87 94
66 74 81 89
67 74 82 90
68 74 82 90

FIND THE RANGE
Range = H-L
Where in:
Range = Highest Score - Lowest Score
Range = 94-49
= 45

3log(52) = 6.3logN Wherein: K = number of classes N = size of the data K = 1+3.FIND THE NUMBER OF CLASSES K = 1+3.66 [round off] =7 .

FIND THE CLASS SIZE R C= — k Wherein: R = range K = number of classes C = 45/7 = 6.43 =6 .

MAKING THE FREQUENCY TABLE .

Class Frequenc Class Class <Cf f(x) Interval y (f) Boundary Mark (x) (CB) 49-54 55-60 61-66 67-72 73-78 79-84 85-90 91-96 To find the class interval. Continue the process until you reach the highest score . add the score with the class size then subtract it with one. determine the lowest score.

. You can also tally the scores for an accurate counting. Class Frequenc Class Class <Cf f(x) Interval y (f) Boundary Mark (x) (CB) 49-54 3 55-60 3 61-66 3 67-72 7 73-78 12 79-84 10 85-90 7 91-96 7 Determine the frequency.

5 73-78 12 72.5 61-66 3 60.5-84.5 55-60 3 54.5.5-90.5-66. Then add the upper class limit with 0.5-96.5 79-84 10 78. subtract the lower class limit with 0.5-72.5-54.5 To find the class boundary.5 85-90 7 84.5 91-96 7 90. Class Frequenc Class Class <Cf f(x) Interval y (f) Boundary Mark (x) (CB) 49-54 3 48.5 .5 67-72 7 66.5-78.5-60.

5 87.5 91-96 7 90.5 85-90 7 84.5-84.5 81.5-78.5 61-66 3 60.5-60.5-66.5-54.5 79-84 10 78. Class Frequenc Class Class <Cf f(x) Interval y (f) Boundary Mark (x) (CB) 49-54 3 48.5 67-72 7 66.5 63.5 69.5 73-78 12 72.5 Determine the class mark by following the formula: (Lower Class Limit + Upper Class Limit) x= ——————————————————— 2 .5 57.5 55-60 3 54.5-96.5 75.5 51.5-90.5-72.5 93.

5 93.5 16 73-78 12 72.5-60.5 3 55-60 3 54.5 57.5 6 61-66 3 60.5-66.5 52 Determine the less than cumulative frequency by adding the frequencies.5 75.5-78.5-90.5 63.5-72.5 81.5-84.5 9 67-72 7 66.5-54. .5 87.5 38 85-90 7 84.5 69.5 45 91-96 7 90.5 28 79-84 10 78.5 51.5-96. Class Frequenc Class Class <Cf f(x) Interval y (f) Boundary Mark (x) (CB) 49-54 3 48.

5-66.5 87.5 75.5 61-66 3 60.5-78.5-96.5-84.5 52 654.5-54.5 Ʃf=52 Ʃf(x)=3992 Simply multiply the frequency and the class mark to get f(x) .5 45 612.5 6 172.5-90.5 51.5 69.5 73-78 12 72.5 28 906 79-84 10 78.5 67-72 7 66.5 91-96 7 90.5 63.5 3 154.5 16 486. Class Frequenc Class Class <Cf f(x) Interval y (f) Boundary Mark (x) (CB) 49-54 3 48.5 57.5 55-60 3 54.5 38 815 85-90 7 84.5 93.5-72.5 81.5 9 190.5-60.

FINDING THE MEAN Ʃf(x) Mean = 𝑛 3992 = 52 = 76.77 .

you must first determine which is the median class 𝑛 Median Class = 2 52 = 2 = 26 .FINDING THE MEDIAN In finding the median.

5 55-60 3 54.5 45 612.5 87.5-84.5 16 486.5 28 906 79-84 10 78.5 38 815 85-90 7 84.5-60.5 75.5 Find the less than cumulative frequency in which 26 can fit in .5 3 154.5 51.5 6 172.5 57.5-78.5 69.5 9 190.5 91-96 7 90.5-54.5 61-66 3 60.5-90.5 63.5 67-72 7 66.5 93.5-96. Class Frequenc Class Class <Cf f(x) Interval y (f) Boundary Mark (x) (CB) 49-54 3 48.5-72.5 81.5 73-78 12 72.5 52 654.5-66.

5 + ( ) 6 12 10 = 72.5 .5 + ( )6 12 = 72.FINDING THE MEDIAN 𝑛 ൗ2− <𝑐𝑓 Median = 𝐿𝑐𝑏 + 𝐶 𝐹𝑚 26−16 = 72.5 + 5 = 77.

select the class interval with the highest frequency .FINDING THE MODE In finding the mode.

5-60.5-72.5-66.5 75.5 69.5 52 654.5 28 906 79-84 10(𝑓2 ) 78.5-96.5-90.5 51.5 57.5 9 190.5 45 612.5-54.5-84.5 87.5 16 486.5 91-96 7 90.5-78.5 61-66 3 60.5 38 815 85-90 7 84.5 73-78 12(𝑓1 ) 72.5 63.5 93.5 3 154.5 55-60 3 54.5 .5 6 172. Class Frequenc Class Class <Cf f(x) Interval y (f) Boundary Mark (x) (CB) 49-54 3 48.5 81.5 67-72 7(𝑓0 ) 66.

79 .29 = 76.5 + ( ) 6 24−7−10 5 = 72.5 + ( )6 7 = 72.5 + 4.FINDING THE MODE 𝑓1−𝑓0 Mode = 𝐿𝑐𝑏 + 𝐶 2𝑓1−𝑓0− 𝑓2 12−7 = 72.

QUARTILES FOR GROUPED DATA The formula for finding quartiles is: 𝑟σ𝑓 −𝑐𝑓 𝑄𝑟 = 𝐿𝐶𝐵𝑄𝐶 + [ 4 ]𝑐 𝑓𝑄𝐶 Where r = 1 for first quartile = 2 for second quartile = 3 for third quartile 𝐿𝐶𝐵𝑄𝐶 = lower class boundary of the quartile class σ 𝑓 = sum of the frequencies cf = cumulative frequency of the quartile class 𝑓𝑄𝐶 = frequency of the quartile class c = class size .

But first you must find the quartile class with the formula : 𝑟σ𝑓 4 Wherein: r = 1 for the first quartile = 2 for the second quartile = 3 for the third quartile σ 𝑓= sum of the frequencies .

FINDING THE FIRST QUARTILE So now we will use the formula 𝑟σ𝑓 𝑄1𝑐 = 4 (1)(52) = 4 = 13 Now find the class in which 13 can fit in .

5-84.5 55-60 3 54.5 93.5-96.5 51.5 6 172. Class Frequency Class Class Mark <Cf f(x) Interval (f) Boundary( (x) CB) 49-54 3 48.5 9 190.5 91-96 7 90.5-60.5-90.5-78.5 87.5 52 654.5 61-66 3 60.5 67-72 (𝑄1 ) 7 66.5 69.5-72.5 16 486.5 73-78 12 72.5 45 612.5 57.5-54.5 81.5 .5 38 815 85-90 7 84.5 28 906 79-84 10 78.5-66.5 75.5 63.5 3 154.

7 + 3.43 = 69.Then use the formula for finding the first quartile 𝑟σ𝑓 −𝑐𝑓 𝑄𝑟 = 𝐿𝐶𝐵𝑄𝐶 + [ 4 ]𝑐 𝑓𝑄𝐶 13−9 𝑄1 = 66.93 .5 + [ ]6 7 4 = 66.5 + [ ]6 7 = 66.

Same goes to the second quartile 𝑟σ𝑓 𝑄2𝑐 = 4 (2)(52) = 4 = 26 Now find the class in which 26 can fit in .

5 93.5-78.5 73-78(𝑄2 ) 12 72.5 81.5-54.5 38 815 85-90 7 84.5 61-66 3 60.5 52 654.5 87.5 55-60 3 54.5-84.5 6 172.5-96.5 45 612.5 3 154.5 91-96 7 90.5 63.5-72.5 16 486.5 69.5 .5 51.5-90.5 9 190.5 57. Class Frequency Class Class Mark <Cf f(x) Interval (f) Boundary( (x) CB) 49-54 3 48.5 28 906 79-84 10 78.5-60.5 75.5-66.5 67-72 (𝑄1 ) 7 66.

5 + 5 = 77.5 Notice that your second quartile has the same value of the median class .Then use the formula for finding the second quartile 𝑟σ𝑓 −𝑐𝑓 𝑄𝑟 = 𝐿𝐶𝐵𝑄𝐶 + [ 4 ]𝑐 𝑓𝑄𝐶 26−16 𝑄2 = 72.5 + [ ]6 12 = 72.5 + [ ]6 12 10 = 72.

Lastly for the third quartile: 𝑟σ𝑓 𝑄3𝑐 = 4 (3)(52) = 4 = 39 Now find the class in which 39 can fit in .

5 16 486.5-84. Class Frequency Class Class Mark <Cf f(x) Interval (f) Boundary( (x) CB) 49-54 3 48.5 87.5 73-78(𝑄2 ) 12 72.5 .5-60.5 3 154.5 51.5 52 654.5-90.5 61-66 3 60.5 9 190.5 91-96 7 90.5 45 612.5 63.5 55-60 3 54.5 38 815 85-90 (𝑄3 ) 7 84.5 67-72 (𝑄1 ) 7 66.5 28 906 79-84 10 78.5 6 172.5 75.5-54.5-72.5-78.5-96.5-66.5 81.5 69.5 93.5 57.

5 + [ ]6 7 = 84.5 + [ ]6 7 1 = 84.86 = 85.Then use the formula for finding the third quartile 𝑟σ𝑓 −𝑐𝑓 𝑄𝑟 = 𝐿𝐶𝐵𝑄𝐶 + [ 4 ]𝑐 𝑓𝑄𝐶 39−38 = 84.5 + 0.36 .