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Module Examining Relationships Examining Relationships Checkpoint 1 Step 1 of 1 Question 1 of 5 Points: 10 out of 10 A store asked 250 of its customers to study the relationship between the amount spent on groceries and income. 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! A scatterplot is the appropriate display for comparing two quantitative variables (in other words, to display the relationship between a quantitative explanatory variable, in this case "income," and a quantitative response variable, in this case "amount spent on groceries").
Question 2 of 5 Points: 10 out of 10 In order to study whether IQ level is related to gender, data were collected from a sample of 540. The data collected in this study would best be displayed using:
a scatterplot a contingency table Good job! Side-by-side boxplots are the appropriate display for comparing several groups of

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