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# In a frequency distribution, gives are graphical representations of

A. Frequency

B. Relative frequency

C. Cumulative frequency

D. Raw data

Answer :

An o-give (oh-jive), sometimes called a cumulative frequency polygon, is a type of frequency polygon that shows cumulative frequencies. An o-give graph plots cumulative frequency on the y-axis and class boundaries along the x-axis.

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