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Course: CIVIL 480, Fall 2012
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GONG Assignment Cheng 3 1. Explore the data When we use crosstab to analysis the decision, we first draw a graph (Fig 1.1), which is the percentage of alternatives that people can choose when they made their decision by different range of income. We notice that the number people can have train is nearly equal to car, which means that when people making their travel choice, the train and car shares the same chance...

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