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EXAMINING RELATIONSHIPS CHECKPOINT 1 Step 1 of 1 Question 1 of 5 A store asked 250 of its customers how much they spend on groceries each week. The responses were also classified according to the gender of the customers. We want to study whether there is a relationship between amount spent on groceries and gender. A meaningful display of the data from this study would be: side-by-side boxplots a pie chart a histogram a scatterplot a two-way table Good job! Side-by-side boxplots are the appropriate display for comparing several groups of quantitative data (in other words, for displaying the relationship between a categorical explanatory variable, in this case "gender," and a quantitative response variable, in this case "amount spent on groceries").
Question 2 of 5 A survey was conducted to study the relationship between whether the family is buying or renting their home and the marital status of the parents. Data were collected from a random sample of 280 families from a certain metropolitan area.

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