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How can relative frequencies be used to help us estimate probabilities occurring in sampling distributions? relative frequencies are the probabilities occurring in sampling distributions. relative frequencies show the likelihood of a certain parameter falling within the class bounds. relative frequencies can be thought of as a measure or estimate of the likelihood of a certain statistic falling within the class bounds. relative frequencies cannot be used to help us estimate probabilities occurring in sampling distributions?

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I believe the answer is is relative frequencies can be thought of as a measure or estimate of the likelihood of a certain statistic falling within the class bounds.  Relative frequency is the ratio of occurrence of an event and the total number of outcomes. It is used when it is not easy to find the probability of events by simply looking at their situations.