Question

HELP!

Create a two way frequency table using a pretend real life example (it doesn’t have to be actual data, but make something up and label your data). Then, using the same data, make a two way relative frequency table.

1. The two-way relative frequency table is
Male         Female       Total
Junior    0.28            0.22            0.50
Senior    0.20            0.30           0.50
Total      0.48             0.52           1.00

### How to create the two-way relative frequency table?

To do this we make use of the following assumed table
Male         Female       Total
Junior    56                44               100
Senior    40               60               100
Total      96                104              200
To create the two-way relative frequency table, we simply divide each element by the total
So, we have:
Male         Female       Total
Junior    56/200       44/200        100/200
Senior    40/200       60/200       100/200
Total      96/200        104/200      200/200
Evaluate the quotients
Male         Female       Total
Junior    0.28            0.22            0.50
Senior    0.20            0.30           0.50
Total      0.48             0.52           1.00
Hence, the two-way relative frequency table is
Male         Female       Total
Junior    0.28            0.22            0.50
Senior    0.20            0.30           0.50
Total      0.48             0.52           1.00