Help your students prepare for their Maths GCSE with this free grouped frequency table worksheet of 20+ questions and answers
A grouped frequency table, or grouped frequency distribution, is a table where data is arranged into groups. Presenting data in a grouped way makes it easier to interpret the data but the data can lose its precision and accuracy.
The groups, or class intervals, are often denoted using inequalities. This is particularly useful for continuous data to prevent overlapping groups. For example, the classes for the age, a, of a number of students might be 10 ≤ a < 12, 12 ≤ a < 14, 14 ≤ a < 16, and 16 ≤a < 18.
When collecting data into the grouped categories, a tally frequency system is used with a total column to summarise the data that the table shows.
Although this worksheet does not cover averages from grouped data we can use the data in a table to work out averages:
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