HW3.docx - H3 Graphs Instructions Place your answers and graphs under each item Turn in the file through Canvas 1 A researcher has collected

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H3 Graphs Instructions: Place your answers and graphs under each item. Turn in the file through Canvas. 1. A researcher has collected extraversion scores for 10 male and 10 female students using the IPIP extraversion measure. The results for the survey are provided below. Male Extraversion Score Female Extraversion Score 12 7 11 11 14 12 19 14 15 19 23 10 11 11 17 16 15 7 16 9 A. Create a bar chart that shows the average extraversion score for males and females. Be sure to include the following: a. Average score for males and females (you will need to calculate this) b. A title for your graph telling me what the graph is showing c. Labels for your y-axis and x-axis d. The axes values should be chosen so as to avoid misleading the reader as much as possible
Male Scores Female Scores 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 15.3 11.6 Average Extraversion Score Extaversion Score B. Which group has the higher average extraversion score? Does the difference seem large or small?

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