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We are working on pivot tables with grouping. I have no trouble creating a table with variables and totals however, I cannot figure out how I can include Relative Frequencies and Percentage frequencies in the same pivot table - as shown in the book.

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    We don't have your book.

    Relative frequencies are the frequencies within the cell(s) divided by the total frquency. The percentage frequency is that decimal divided by 100.

    If you want further input repost with adequate data.

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