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31 August, 13:53

What type of graph would you use to compare the number of books at each price? In two or more sentences, explain your choice

• bar graph

. line graph

• scatter plot

- histogram

• box-and-whisker plot

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  1. 31 August, 15:05
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    line graph

    Step-by-step explanation:

    bar graphs are poi9ntloessfor this
  2. 31 August, 15:20
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    The type of graph you can use to compare the number of books at each price is Histogram and a box and whisker plot.

    Step-by-step explanation:

    A histogram is another good example for providing a good general view of the data. I choose histogram instead of a bar chart because the data is not categorical, but continuous and quantitative.

    The second option of my choice is A box and whisker pot, because it is useful for comparing these 2 sets of data, spread and outliers, also can easily compare the quartile values and get a overall view of comparison for a sets of data.
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