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2.1-2.3 Classroom/ Homework Activity
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Below is my pie chart for gender. I believe this chart was best to use for display because there's only 2 options to choose from. It's a simple and easy to read graph for this part. 


Below is my Stem and Leaf plot graph for siblings. This was the best choice to use because of its small number and once again easy to read results. It allows you to view both the lowest and highest result


Below is my Histogram relative frequency chart for the number of units. 


Lastly, below is my Bar Plot frequency chart for the eye color. This chart best represented the only 3 color results that were taken down.


Result 1: Stem and Leaf Plot siblings   [Info]

Variable: # of Siblings

Decimal point is 1 digit(s) to the right of the colon.
Leaf unit = 1
0 : 0111111222222222223333334444
0 : 55556
1 : 0

High: 11, 13

Result 2: Histogram freq units   [Info]
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Result 3: Pie Chart With Data gender   [Info]
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Result 4: Bar Plot With Data freq eye color   [Info]
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