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Asked Jan 8, 2020

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Statistics of the world’s religions are only very rough approximations,

since many religions do not keep track of their membership numbers. An estimate of these numbers (in millions) is shown in the table.

Members Members

Religion (millions) Religion (millions)

Buddhism 376 Judaism 14

Christianity 2100 Sikhism 23

Hinduism 900 Chinese traditional 394

Islam 1500 Other 61

Primal indigenous and

African traditional 400

a. Construct a pie chart to describe the total membership in the world’s organized religions.

b. Construct a bar chart to describe the total membership in the world’s organized religions.

c. Order the religious groups from the smallest to the largest number of members. Construct a Pareto chart to describe the data. Which of the three

displays is most effective?

Step 1

a.

The pie chart is constructed using Excel software:

- Enter the data into the worksheet.
- Select the data and click Insert and select pie chart.

Output:

Step 2

b.

The bar chart is constructed using Excel:

- Enter the data into the worksheet.
- Select the data and click Insert and select bar chart.

Output:

Step 3

c.

The Pareto chart is constructed using Excel software:

- Enter the data into the worksheet and sort the data in des...

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