# Relative Frequency Distribution TI-84 | TI-83 Example

Joestat wants you to help you create a Relative Frequency Distribution using your TI-84 and TI-83 calculator  Use the following data set, Joestat wants you to enter the data to store the percentages into L4.  In this example, use the following data set to solve the Relative Frequency Distribution.
{1, 2, 5, 4, 9, 4, 3, 1, 4, 6, 8, 7, 9, 6, 4, 8, 2, 1, 8, 7}

• Forth, create a Relative Frequency Distribution
• Make sure you are on the home screen
| [2nd] | [QUIT] |
• Enter Stats mode
| [STAT] | [ENTER] |
• Highlight L4
| [ENTER] | [2nd] | [ 3 ] | [ / ] | [ 2nd ] | [ STAT ] | [ < ] | [ 5 ] | [ 2nd ] | [ 3 ] | [ENTER]

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###### Congratulations, you have successfully completed the Relative Frequency Distribution TI-84 | TI-83 example problem.

Last Modified on April 19, 2012 by

1. Jenny says:

Hi, thanks for the tutorial. On the last line of the instruction, what is the logical purpose of the last key (3) ?

• JoeStat says:

You need are having the new table create all the values of the relative frequency distribution on your Ti-83 or TI-83 Silver Edition for you. ( L3/(Sum of L3)) uses the standard equation to accomplish this for each value. This method should work with both operating systems.