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Bar Plot Education portion from randomly selected zip codes Miami Dade CountypaulhoyoApr 10, 2019174B16
Histogram Education portion from random zip codespaulhoyoApr 10, 2019174B15
Scatter Plot education and income 2paulhoyoApr 8, 2019174B16
Scatter Plot Education and income colorspaulhoyoApr 4, 2019174B15
Angela Whitiker Female Rel Freq Edu Attainment Lab 2
The Relative frequency chart shows educational attainment for 99.0 million Females in the country. Out of that total 12.52% did not graduate high school, 32.92% graduated high school, 17.27% have some college, but not a college degree, 10% have an Associate's degree, 18.78% have a Bachelor's degree, and 8.48% have an Advanced degree with the most amount having a high school diploma and the least amount having an Advanced degree. This is an example of a sample size chart due to its comparing a portion of the group and using it to compare it to a population. The difference between Frequency and Relative Frequency is that with frequency you are comparing a total of a whole category with relative frequency you are comparing the percentage of a category.
awhitikerMar 9, 2019174B37
Angela Whitiker Fre Male Edu Attainment Lab 2
The frequency chart shows educational attainment for 88.1 million males in the country. Out of that total 12.3 million did not graduate high school, 27.1 million graduated high school, 16.9 million have some college, but not a college degree, 9.6 million have an Associate's degree, 16.6 million have a Bachelor's degree, and 5.6 million have an Advanced degree with the most amount having a high school diploma and the least amount having an Advanced degree. This is an example of a sample size chart due to its comparing a portion of the group and using it to compare it to a population. The difference between Frequency and Relative Frequency is that with frequency you are comparing a total of a whole category with relative frequency you are comparing the percentage of a category.
awhitikerMar 9, 2019174B36
angela Whitiker Freq Female Edu Attainment Lab 2
The frequency chart shows educational attainment for 99.0 million Females in the country. Out of that total 12.4 million did not graduate high school, 32.6 million graduated high school, 17.1 million have some college, but not a college degree, 9.9 million have an Associate's degree, 18.6 million have a Bachelor's degree, and 8.4 million have an Advanced degree with the most amount having a high school diploma and the least amount having an Advanced degree. This is an example of a sample size chart due to its comparing a portion of the group and using it to compare it to a population. The difference between Frequency and Relative Frequency is that with frequency you are comparing a total of a whole category with relative frequency you are comparing the percentage of a category.
awhitikerMar 9, 2019174B47
Angela Whitiker Fre Side by Side Chart Lab 2
The Frequency shows that males Frequency was slightly different 12.3 when compared to Females 12.4 who did not graduate High School. Over 32.6 more females exceeded males in High School. While in the range of 17.1 of females compared to males 16.9 gained some college. A little over 9.6 male and 9.9 female slightly differed in receiving an Associate Degree. Females exceeded over males when compared to a higher education and men were the least in Advance degrees. The relative frequency chart has an advantage over the frequency chart because it compares males and females on a relative basis independent of the population size differences.
awhitikerMar 2, 2019174B22
Ivy Ogo Frequency Side by Side Chart Lab 2
he Relative Frequency shows that males Frequency was slightly different when compared to Females who did not graduate High School. Over 35% more females exceeded males in High School. While in the range of 17% of females and males gained some college. A little over 9% male and female slightly differed in receiving an Associate Degree. Females exceeded over males when compared to a higher education and men were the least in Advance degrees. The relative frequency chart has an advantage over the frequency chart because it compares males and females on a relative basis independent of the population size differences.
sakura2011Mar 2, 2019174B16
Michelle Wilson frequency side (male) by (female) side Chart Lab 2
Notes: The relative freq sbys chart shows that nearly 13% of males and females did not graduate from high school. 32% of males and 35% of females became high school graduates, while 18% of males and 17% of females gained some college. Males exceed females in higher education levels except for high school graduates and associates degree levels by a few percent points. The rel freq chart has an advantage over the freq chart because it compares males and females on a relative basis independent of the population size differences.
mwilson147Mar 2, 2019174B19
Ivy Ogo Female Freq. Education Attainment Lab 2
The chart shows the frequency for female educational attainment that consisted of 101.6 million females of 25 years old or older in a certain country. 14.7 million females without high school graduate. 33.2 million females with high school graduate. 15.3 million females with some college, no degree. About 9.9 million female with associate degree. 18.7 million with bachelor degree. While only 9.8 million females had an advanced degree.
sakura2011Mar 2, 2019174B8
Muzamil Osman Frequency Female Educational Attainment Lap 2muzamil.osman92Mar 2, 2019174B15
Michelle Wilson Frequency female education attaiment Bar Plot With Summary
Notes: On the basis of a population​ survey, there were 101.7 million females 25 years old or older in a certain country. Females who are not a high school graduate came out to 11.7 million, Females who graduated high school came out to 34.2 million, Females who attended college but attained no degree came out to 18.3 million, Females with an associates degree came out to 9.3 million, Females who attained a bachelors degree came out to 18.4 million, Females with an advanced degree came out to 9.8 million. In conclusion, Females who graduated high school was the highest.
mwilson147Mar 2, 2019174B19
Muzamil Osman Relative Frequency Male Educational Attainment Lap 2muzamil.osman92Mar 2, 2019174B16
Michelle Wilson Relative freaquency Male education Attainment Lab #2
The frequency chart shows educational attainment for 84.7 million males in the country. Out of that total 10.6 million did not graduate high school, 28.7 graduated high school, 14.9 million have some college, but not a college degree, 6.8 million have an Associate's degree, 16.7 million have a Bachelor's degree, and 9.7 million have an Advanced degree with the most amount having a high school diploma and the least amount having an Associate's degree.
mwilson147Mar 2, 2019174B13

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