Hi;
area of histogram is proportional to frequency which is the constant k.
how can I tell from a histogram when K is not equal to 1?
Thanks.
I don't understand the question statement. Are you saying that given some frequency distribution S(f) the following holds?
This just says that
So the slope of S(f) immediately reveals the value of K.
If you've got discrete bins just do a linear regression on their values to get an estimate of the slope of
I thought area was equal to frequency, now I read its proportional to frequency through area = k(frequency).
I understand that but by looking at a histogram and asked to find the frequency I would just fd(cw) this is fine
when the constant k=1. How do I know if k=1 from a histogram?