#### Answer

1. categorical
2. grouped
3. ungrouped

#### Work Step by Step

1. Categorical frequency distribution tables are used when the data is nominal. Nominal data is classified into mutually exclusive categories with no overlap where no order or ranking can be implied.
2. Grouped frequency distribution tables are used when the data can be ordered and the range is large.
3. Ungrouped frequency distribution tables are used when the data can be ordered and the range is small enough for each class to represent a single unit.