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and you want to find the marginal relative frequency of the number of people who used private vehicle as a means of transport you divide

\frac{2647}{3198} \approx 0.8277 = 0.83 (after rounding off to the nearest hundredths) = 83%

So 83% used private vehicle as a means of transportation.

Similarly, to find the marginal relative frequency of the people who used public transportation as a means of transport you divide

\frac{329}{3198} \approx 0.1028 = 0.1 (after rounding off to the nearest hundredths) = 10%

So, 10% used public transportation as a means of transport.

Similarly the marginal relative frequency of the people who used other means of transport were

\frac{222}{3198} \approx 0.0694 = 0.07 (after rounding off to the nearest hundredths) = 7%

So, 7% used other modes of transportation.

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