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Created: Sep 26, 2012
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Homes Selling price Compared to Acreage
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I have chosen the HOMES data set to do my report on. I analyzed what the homes selling price was compared to the amount of acres the property included. I included a dot plot and a Column chart in my report that show how amount of land a home has affects price. the dot plot I graphed showed a general curve showing more acreage the higher costs although it was part scattered due to some outliers. the colum chart I compleley showed effictivley the costs of the selling price to increase when the acreage was larger

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By cgrantfc
Oct 3, 2012

Hello There, you were assigned data to investigate based on the class survey. Furthermore, a dotplot is not appropriate for finding the comparison of two quantitative data sets. You should have used a scatterplot which would have identified any trends. The column chart is not effective. Pease reread your interpretations. Thank you.

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