# Mean From Grouped Frequency Tables Example

This resource provides a worked example for calculating the mean (average) from a grouped frequency table. This is a way to organise data into groups or intervals.

## Why is calculating the mean from grouped data important?

This skill is essential for analysing various datasets:

- Test scores: Finding average scores when data is grouped.
- Surveys: Analysing results where responses fall into ranges.
- Scientific data: Calculating averages with grouped measurements.

## How can this resource help?

This resource offers a step-by-step solution:

- Clear formula: Shows the formula used for this type of calculation.
- Worked example: Provides a problem with a grouped frequency table.
- Step-by-step explanation: Guides learners through the process.
- Free PDF download: Offers an accessible reference tool.

## Benefits for learners:

- Improves understanding of calculating mean from grouped data.
- Builds confidence in working with frequency tables.
- Supports problem-solving in statistics.

This resource is perfect for teachers introducing the concept or providing revision support. It's also a valuable tool for students seeking extra practice or for parents helping with maths homework.

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