percentage distribution

percentage distribution

[pər′sen·tij ‚dis·trə′byü·shən]
(statistics)
A frequency distribution in which the individual class frequencies are expressed as a percentage of the total frequency equated to 100. Also known as relative frequency distribution; relative frequency table.
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They agreed even the basis of percentage distribution because we see to it that it (target) is very reasonable.
Table two shows percentage distribution of type of analgesia used during the procedure.
i) In January, 1966, the percentage distribution of the output of primary schools among the different types of secondary schools in Southern Nigeria was:
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Percentage distribution of the hypertensive adults (aged [greater than or equal to] 18 years), by sex, according to the weekly frequency and daily duration of the physical activity (PA) participation, in the Brazilian capitals and Federal District, 2014.
Frequency and percentage distribution of mentee responses in relation to the person(s) who engaged in mentoring during the semester.
Education major awards conferred to students of color: Public 49% Private 40% For-profit 12% Education major awards conferred to students of color: HBCU 4% MSI 12% Percentage distribution by race and ethnicity for teacher preparation programs at traditional institutions of higher education: Two or more races 2% American Indian 1% Asian or Pacific Islander 3% Hispanic 11% Black 9% White 74% SOURCE: 'THE STATE OF RACIAL DIVERSITY IN THE EDUCATOR WORKFORCE,' 2016, U.