The chapter covers the basics of a histogram. A histogram is a collection of rectangles with bases and the distances between class borders. Each rectangle represents a different type of data, and all of the rectangles are connected. Rectangle heights are proportional to the respective frequencies of comparable and dissimilar classes. Let's take a closer look at histograms. A histogram is a graphical representation of data in which the data is divided into continuous numerical ranges, each of which is represented by a vertical bar. The number range is shown on the horizontal axis. The amount of data in each range is represented by the vertical axis (frequency). The number ranges are determined by the data being used. The following steps will walk you through the process of creating a histogram from the provided data:
The Maths Chapter 24 Data Handling -II (Graphical Representation of Data as Histograms) deals with interpreting the frequency distribution table, graphical representation of data such as histograms, interpretation of grouped and ungrouped data.