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Cumulative frequency graphs

Cumulative frequency graphs are part of the teacher training numeracy tests, but not any of the other numeracy tests.

The word cumulative comes from the same root as accumulate, which means ‘to build up’. A cumulative frequency graph shows how many people or objects have a smaller value than the number on the horizontal axis.

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