Chapter 2 Notes (4)

Chapter 2 Notes (4) - A_A.Pw,t_a.u.rfl fig A”.5.A.t.4_o...

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Unformatted text preview: A _A..Pw,t..._a..u_,_.rfl . fig .,._ A”, . .. . .5.A..t._,.,.,._.4..,. _o 6 m - uncalt I,/gg_1_1_: Referring back to Ex 9 again, the bar chart for the same scenario looks like, Student Opinion 300% I 20.0% = 10.0% I 0.0% P r ha A Pareto chart is the usual bar chart with the columns ordered by the frequency, from the tallest bar to the shortest. Ex 12; The Pareto chart scenario under consideration looks like, Student Opinion gr; 2h; for Quantitative Varlghles Following methods are used for graphically summarizing quantitative data. 0 Dot plot I Stem-and-Leaf plot 0 Histogram IJ ...
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