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Assignment 1

1)     1)  The graph with a width of 4 seems to have a uniform shape while the other graph seems to have a bell shape. 75 inches and above is the consistent outlier, 55 and below seems to be an outlier on the graph with a width of

2) The most common major is nursing, with 32.35%. Social Sciences is close with 29.41%.

##4) Variable: Semesters @ TCC

Decimal point is 1 digit(s) to the right of the colon.

Leaf unit = 1

0 : 0011111111111122333333333344

0 : 5556

The shape is not really there because all the values are less than one and therefore do not create more than one line, maybe I created it wrong but I don’t see another way to do it.

5) The mean for the number of cups of coffee is 1.16. The mean number for the number of pets owned is 1.88. The graph with more dispersion is the Pet graph because dispersion is decided by the spread. Since the pet graph has bigger data entries, the spread is more than the coffee graph with smaller data entries.

Result 1: Histogram   [Info]

Result 2: Pie Chart With Data   [Info]

Result 3: Bar Plot With Data   [Info]

Result 4: Stem and Leaf Plot   [Info]

### Variable: Semesters @ TCC

Decimal point is 1 digit(s) to the right of the colon.
Leaf unit = 1
```0 : 0011111111111122333333333344
0 : 5556
```

Result 5: Bar Plot With Data 2   [Info]