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How could the graph be drawn so that it is not misleading?A.By keeping the width of each bar in the graph constant while their heights vary, the area of each bar will be proportional to the fuel consumption of each car and the graph will not be misleading.B.By starting the vertical scale at 0, the graph will not be misleading.C.By using a uniform scale on the vertical axis, the graph will not be misleading. D.By giving the fuel consumption for each car in the same units, the graph will not be misleading.
Car ACar B303540xHighway fuel consumption (mi/gal)
1/27/2020Week 2 MyStatLab Homework-Ambra Esquerra17/1734.The graph shows the percentage change in a price index over 17 years. In what year(s) (of the years displayed) was the change in the price index the greatest? In what year(s) was the change in the price index the least? How do actual prices in 1991 compare to those in 1990? Based on this graph, what can you conclude about changes in prices during the periodshown?Click the icon to view the graph.8In what year(s) (of the years displayed) was the change in the price index the greatest?8: Graph/Chart
In what year(s) was the change in the price index the least?
How do actual prices in 1991 compare to those in 1990?
4.2%Based on this graph, what can you conclude about changes in prices during the period shown?A.Prices have increased in every year, but the increases near the end of the time period are lower than those near the beginning.B.Prices have not increased in every year, but the increases near the end of the time period are lower than those near the beginning.C.Prices have increased in every year, but the increases near the end of the time period are larger than those near the beginning.
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