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MATH10-LAB-PROJECT #1 DUE DATE: 10/18/2019 BEGINNING OF THE CLASS GRAPHING CALCULATORS MUST BE USED FOR NECESSARY CALCULATIONS & GRAPHING. TABLES, GRAPHS, OR OUTCOME OF THE CALCULATIONS FROM YOUR GRAPHING CALCULATORS SHOULD BE COPIED DOWN TO THE QUESTIONARE. YOUR SOULTIONS SHOULD BE EXPALINED STEP BY STEP IN DETAIL. RIGHT ANSWERS WITHOUT RELAVENT COMPLETE WORK WILL NOT RECEIVE ANY CREDIT. IF YOU NEED TO MISS THE CLASS FOR ANY REASON ON THE DUE DATE, PLEASE BE SURE THAT YOUR LAB PARTNER PRINTS AND BRINGS THE COMPLETED LAB DOCUMENT TO CLASS. LATE SUBMITTED WORK WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED. .
PART A Case Study: Do Hybrid Cars Get Better Gas Mileage? In the chapter introduction, we presented gas mileage data for 2016 model year hybrid and small non- hybrid cars. We will use histograms and back-to-back stem-and-leaf plots to compare the mileages between these two groups of cars. The following tables present the mileages, in miles per gallon. Mileage Ratings for 2016 Hybrid Cars 42 31 50 25 31 32 20 30 26 20 31 28 42 21 50 34 29 30 41 29 40 20 42 26 46 29 28 42 40 33 42 28 28 30 37 26 37 44 40 42 50 26 45 41 52 40 38 37 30 21 40 56 34 47 40 26 Source: Mileage Ratings for 2016 Small Non-hybrid Cars 37 35 50 36 36 35 34 35 34 34 45 34 36 36 35 35 36 35 35 37 34 35 35 34 40 36 35 36 36 35 37 35 35 36 36 35 34 35 34 37 35 35 36 34 34 35 34 36 50 39 45 44 36 37 35 36 Source:
1. Construct a frequency distribution for the hybrid cars with a class width of 2.

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