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FDMAT 108 (Mathematical Tools for the Real World) Charting with Excel Project 5-C Statistical Tables and Graphs Deadline: _____________ Objectives _______________________________________________________________________________________ • Learn how to use a spreadsheet to explore data in a meaningful way with some of the charting features available in the software. • Learn how to appropriately label charts, and how certain types of statistical graphs are best suited for the variable(s) of interest. Background _______________________________________________________________________________________ • “Statistical thinking will one day be as necessary for efficient citizenship as the ability to read and write.” H.G. Wells Preparation ______________________________________________________________________________________ • Please keep in mind that each statistical chart you construct inside of Excel, will need to be pasted into a slide for your PowerPoint presentation. Each chart will need the following criteria to qualify for the four points each: a)a sensible chart titleeither at the top or the bottom of the graph that describes what you are trying to display. b)labelsfor both the xand y-axes that indicate what data is being displayed.
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Statistics, Bar chart, Statistical charts and diagrams, 5-C Statistical Tables