This worksheet begins with a helpful introduction that demonstrates how to take the data from a two-way frequency table to create a two-way relative frequency table. Then students are tasked with creating two-way relative frequency tables based on the data provided in three scenario-based problems.
A two-way frequency table is a table that shows the frequencies of two variables. The two variables can be categorical or quantitative. The table can be used to find the joint frequencies of the two variables, the marginal frequencies of the two variables, and the conditional frequencies of the two variables.