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In summary, the differential distribution frequency (fm(D)) can be obtained by integrating the probability density function (PDF) over the range of the given data using the formula:fm(D) = 1/(σ√2π) * ∫D1→D2 e^[-(x-μ)^2/2σ^2] dx.

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A differential distribution frequency is a mathematical measure that describes the frequency of different values within a dataset. It is typically represented as a graph or chart and can be used to analyze patterns and trends in the data.

The differential distribution frequency can be calculated by first organizing the data into groups or intervals, then counting the number of data points within each group. Next, divide the count by the total number of data points to get the relative frequency. Finally, plot the relative frequency for each group on a graph to create the differential distribution frequency.

The purpose of obtaining a differential distribution frequency is to visually represent the distribution of values within a dataset. This can help identify any outliers, clusters, or patterns in the data and provide valuable insights for further analysis.

A differential distribution frequency can be applied to any type of numerical data, including continuous, discrete, and categorical data. It is commonly used in statistics, economics, and other scientific fields to analyze and interpret data.

While a differential distribution frequency can provide useful information about the distribution of values within a dataset, it may not always accurately reflect the underlying data. This can occur if the data is heavily skewed or if the intervals chosen for the graph are not appropriate. It is important to consider these limitations when interpreting the results.

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