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Expected Frequency

What is expected frequency?

The expected frequency is the number of times that a particular event should occur. It may not be equal to the actual results. It is calculated by multiplying the number of times the experiment is repeated by the probability of the event. This post will help you understand expected frequency in Prelim Standard Math. 

 

How do you calculate expected frequency?

The videos below explain how to calculate expected frequency in more detail.

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