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Unformatted text preview: 2. Just because cant draw all conclusions doesn’t mean that the data is bad 4. Data is emotive 1. If data represented well it speaks for itself 5. Procedure 1. Use one version of graphing program for the semester 2. Exercise 1 1. Global carbon emission in 1996 2. Name and percentage in two different columns 3. Select both columns pie chart 4. Rearrange to be largest to smallest 1. Sort the names of the countries with the data 5. Move labels 6. Title 7. Color 3. Exercise #2 1. New spreadsheet for carbon dioxide emission sources for the USA and China 2. Two columns by country use 3. Five columns by type of use 4. Contrast between sets 4. Exercise #3 1. Mauna Loa 2. Update data 3. Plot as concentration vs. time 4. Titles 5. Axes 6. Reset data points to none 7. Add trendline display equation 8. NOTE X AND Y VALUES 9. Second order polynomial 10. Annual variation looks like sine wave 1. Amplitude and period 11....
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This lab report was uploaded on 04/14/2008 for the course CHEM 111 taught by Professor Ta during the Fall '08 term at Texas A&M.
- Fall '08