A meaningful graphical display of these data would be

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A meaningful graphical display of these data would be: side-by-side boxplots a pie chart a stemplot a scatterplot a contingency 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 "annual income," and a quantitative response variable, in this case "amount spent on entertainment").
3. In order to study whether there is a relationship between IQ level and birth order, data were collected from a sample of 540 students on their birth order (Oldest/In Between/Youngest) and their score on an IQ test.
The data collected in this study would best be displayed using:
4.Students were asked about their hourly wage and the number of hours they work each week. The data are displayed in the scatterplot below:
5. Which of the tables is the appropriate table of conditional percents to discover if the region where one lives affects whether or not one has health insurance?
Table A Table B Table C Good job! This table finds conditional percents for each value of the explanatory variable (region): northeast, midwest, south, and west.

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