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Pedroza Katherine Kevin Schaub BCOR 1020 Spring 2008 Recitation-10 AM Friday Project 1: United States Fuel Data Executive Summary This report will demonstrate the difference in fuel prices throughout all fifty states and the District of Columbia from the February 13 and February 14. The prices of unleaded, premium unleaded and diesel fuel are shown on two different graphs. The unleaded fuel prices are shown...

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