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Frederick J Gravetter + 1 other
ISBN: 9781133956570
Textbook Problem

A survey given to a sample of college students contained questions about the following variables. For each variable, identify the kind of graph that should be used to display the distribution of scores (histogram. polygon, or bar graph).

  1. a. number of brothers and sisters
  2. b. birth-order position among siblings (oldest = 1st)
  3. c. gender (male/female)
  4. d. favorite television show during the previous year

a.

To determine

To identify: The type of graph to be used.

Explanation

Given info:

The data represents the number of brothers and sisters.

Justification:

The data represents the number of brothers and sisters, which is measured on the ratio scale...

b.

To determine

To identify: The type of graph to be used.

c.

To determine

To identify: The type of graph to be used.

d.

To determine

To identify: The type of graph to be used.

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