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lab 3
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1. What is the shape of each set of histograms?

The shape of the frequency histogram of states students (female and male) have visited skewed to the right. The shape of the relative frequency (female and male)was also skewed to the right. 

2. Why is the Histogram using counts (frequencies) misleading?

The histogram using different accounts could be misleading because when using relative frequency, the histogram shows alot more variation. When using just of the frequency Histogram it has less variation. 

3. What is the shape of your dot plot? 

The shape of the dot plot is bell shaped because it has most of the data in the middle of the graph. 

Result 1: Histogram relative   [Info]
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Result 2: Histogram freq   [Info]
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Result 3: Dotplot   [Info]
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