# Frequency tables and dot plots

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**Analyze the Frequency Table**

Stephen is doing a questionnaire about what movie genres his classmates like and he has made the following frequency table:Movie genre frequency Comedy 4 Action 1 Horror 7 Sci-fi 2 Thriller 6 **Understand the Dot Plot**

The following dot plot shows the number of student(s) who showed up to a daily meeting:

**Convert a Frequency Table Into a Dot Plot**

The below data set shows the average number of subjects each student takes.

4 6 3 3 4 1 3 2 7 4 7 1 3

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###### Topic Notes

In this lesson, we will learn:

- Analyze the Frequency Table
- Understand the Dot Plot
- Convert a Frequency Table Into a Dot Plot

- Frequency table: a table showing the data values and their corresponding frequencies.
- Dot plot: a simplified version of a histogram. Each dot represents a value in that particular category.
- Dot plots are not the same as scatter plots:
- Scatter plots have a set of axes whilst dot plots do not.
- Each dot in a dot plot has a value of 1. As for a scatter plot, we need to refer to the axis for the value of a dot.

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