 # Relative Frequency Calculator

Relative Frequency Calculator
$Relative \; Frequency = \frac{Numbers \; of \; successful \; trials}{Total \; numbers \; of \; trials}$
Numbers of successful trials

Total numbers of trials $Relative \; Frequency = \frac{Numbers \; of \; successful \; trials}{Total \; numbers \; of \; trials}$
Numbers of successful trials

Total numbers of trials

Relative Frequency Calculator is a free online tool that displays the relative frequencies of an event. BYJU’S online relative frequency calculator tool makes the calculation faster and it calculates the relative frequency in a fraction of seconds.

## How to Use the Relative Frequency Calculator?

The procedure to use the relative frequency calculator is as follows:

Step 1: Enter the number of successful trials and the total number of trials in the respective input field

Step 2: Now click the button “Calculate Relative Frequency” to get the result

Step 3: Finally, the relative frequency of an event will be displayed in the output field

### What is Meant by Relative Frequency?

In Mathematics, the relative frequency of an event is defined as the ratio of the number of successful trials to the total number of trials conducted. The relative frequency is nothing but how often something happens divided by all the trials. The relative frequency should be in the percentage form.

For example, the frequency of winning the game is 7 out of 10 games played, then the relative frequency is given by:

7/10 = 70%

Disclaimer: This calculator development is in progress some of the inputs might not work, Sorry for the inconvenience.