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ProbabilityQ&A LibraryA manufacturer of jeans has plants in California, Arizona, and Texas. A group of 25 pairs of jeans is randomly selected from the computerizeddatabase, and the state in which each is produced is recorded:CA AZ AZ TX CACA CA TX TX TXAZ AZ CA AZ TXCA AZ TX TX TXCA AZ AZ CA CAa. What is the experimental unit?b. What is the variable being measured? Is it qualitative or quantitative?c. Construct a pie chart to describe the data.d. Construct a bar chart to describe the data.e. What proportion of the jeans are made in Texas?f. What state produced the most jeans in the group?g. If you want to find out whether the three plants produced equal numbers of jeans, or whether one produced more jeans than the others, how can you use the charts from parts c and d to help you? Whatconclusions can you draw from these data?Question

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A manufacturer of jeans has plants in California, Arizona, and Texas. A group of 25 pairs of jeans is randomly selected from the computerized

database, and the state in which each is produced is recorded:

CA AZ AZ TX CA

CA CA TX TX TX

AZ AZ CA AZ TX

CA AZ TX TX TX

CA AZ AZ CA CA

a. What is the experimental unit?

b. What is the variable being measured? Is it qualitative or quantitative?

c. Construct a pie chart to describe the data.

d. Construct a bar chart to describe the data.

e. What proportion of the jeans are made in Texas?

f. What state produced the most jeans in the group?

g. If you want to find out whether the three plants produced equal numbers of jeans, or whether one produced more jeans than the others, how can you use the charts from parts c and d to help you? What

conclusions can you draw from these data?

Step 1

**a).**

Here, 25 pairs of jeans are given and thus the experimental unit is the pairs of jeans.

Step 2

**b).**

The variable state measured is **qualitative**. Because the different possible categories are the different states.

**c).**

The pie chart is given below:

Step 3

**d).**

The bar chart is given be...

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