Frequency polygon, Advanced Statistics

It is the diagram used to display the values graphically in a frequency distribution.

The frequencies are graphed as an ordinate against the class mid-points as abscissae. The points are then connected by a series of straight lines. It is specifically useful in displaying a number of frequency distributions on the same diagram. An example is given. 

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