Relative Frequency

Relative frequency, also known as empirical probability, is a statistical measure that determines the likelihood of an event occurring based on observed data. It is expressed as a ratio or proportion of the number of times an event occurs to the total number of observed trials or events.

The relative frequency can be calculated using the formula:

Relative Frequency = Number of Occurrences / Total Number of Trials or Events

The result is typically represented as a decimal or a percentage.