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    How can i find modal class in histogram????
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    (Original post by Ayiz01)
    How can i find modal class in histogram????
    That's the class with the highest frequency. Do you know how to find the frequency from a histogram?
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    (Original post by Notnek)
    That's the class with the highest frequency. Do you know how to find the frequency from a histogram?
    no notnek.....can you help me how to find it????
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    no notnek.....can you help me how to find it????
    The area of a bar in a histogram is equal to the frequency of the class. So you just need to work out which bar has the biggest area.

    (if you're doing A Levels then the area is proportional to the frequency but still the bar with the biggest area will give you the modal class).
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    The area of a bar in a histogram is equal to the frequency of the class. So you just need to work out which bar has the biggest area.

    (if you're doing A Levels then the area is proportional to the frequency but still the bar with the biggest area will give you the modal class).
    so.....should i wrote it as 52.5 - 57.5 or 53 - 57????if the modal class is 55
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    so.....should i wrote it as 52.5 - 57.5 or 53 - 57????if the modal class is 55
    Can you please post the whole question and tell us if you're doing GCSE/A Level?
 
 
 
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