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    do you draw a line or curve for cumulative frequency /frequency graphs?
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    yes

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    Curve, but make sure it goes through all the points.
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    some books do lines, but curves are more typical.
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    (Original post by avalerion)
    Curve, but make sure it goes through all the points.
    So not dot to dot but a curve?
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    So not dot to dot but a curve?
    Yes, even though it may sound a little contradictory. If you're not sure about your particular exam board they will usually draw what they should look like on the markschemes, that way you will get it exactly how they want.
 
 
 
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