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1 Week 6 Lab Assignment Week 6 Lab Assignment Kimberly Muleski SCIE211-V3WW
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2 Week 6 Lab Assignment Non-misleading graphs This graph appears to show the change in temperatures in New York City over a period of six days. This is a good visual to make sense of temperature data and show the change over a short period of time. It is a good graph because it is to scale, the vertical axis starts at zero and has equal increments, and it is labeled properly.
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3 Week 6 Lab Assignment This graph shows the number of connections of each server of the top ten servers. It is properly labeled, drawn to scale, and the vertical axis starts at zero. This graph seems to make a visual argument that the servers from Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paulo, and Brasilia have the most number of connections.
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4 Week 6 Lab Assignment This graph shows how much a person would need to save each month, with a 6% return rate, in order to have $1 million saved for retirement. It has a descriptive title, proper labels, proper numbering on each axis, and the vertical axis starts at zero.
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5 Week 6 Lab Assignment This pie graph shows the percentage of students employed two years following their on-time graduation. It is properly titled, labeled, and the pieces of the pie chart look proportionate to each other, reflecting the correct amount of space for the percentages listed.
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6 Week 6 Lab Assignment This bar graph is a visual representation of the amount charged for tuition at private, public out- of-state, and public in-state colleges, and how much it has increased in the past twenty years. It has a title
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