class frequency

class frequency

[′klas ¦frē·kwən·sē]
(statistics)
The frequency with which a random variable assumes the values included in a given class interval.
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Height class frequency distribution of trees and shrubs in the area was classified into five height classes: (1) <5m, (2) 5.1-10m, (3) 10.1-15m, (4) 15.1-20m, (5)>20m.
(3) The higher the inverse class frequency of a word t is, the greater the contribution of the word to classification.
4 Wind class frequency distribution (Annaba-Algeria) Wind Class Frequency Distribution Calms 20.3 1.0-8.0 55.4 8.0-11.0 23.3 11.0-16.0 1.1 >16.0 0.1 Note: Table made from bar graph.
Next, when study on the speed class frequency table was carried, it was observed that 50-60 km/h speed class was the second dominant class after 40-50 km/h speed class from the point -100 m till the point -40 m.
OG, in the order of increasing PE class frequency. In addition, all analyses were stratified by sex.
Class Frequency Percentage I 14 34.1 II 21 51.2 III 6 14.6 Total 41 100.0 Tab.
In area 3, not one length class frequency reached 20.0%; a total of 72.3% of the samples were distributed among classes 5 to 9.