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                                                       MembersReligion                     (millions)                  Religion                          (millions)Buddhism                          376                  Judaism                              14Christianity                      2100                  Sikhism                               23Hinduism                          900                  Chinese traditional             394Islam                               1500                   Other                                  61Primal indigenous andAfrican traditional            400a. 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 threedisplays is most effective?

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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?

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