4 Sonny 3 5 10 15 20 25 N o o f M o v i e s 4 A Bar chart with the most

4 sonny 3 5 10 15 20 25 n o o f m o v i e s 4 a bar

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Warner Bros. 4 Sonny 3 0 5 10 15 20 25 N o . o f M o v i e s 4. A Bar chart with the most successful studios based on total number of blockbuster m
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Studios movies released.
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Number of Films per Genre Genre Number of Films Action/Adventure [AA] 24 Animation [A] 10 Drama [D] 3 Fantasy [F] 5 Horror [H] 1 Sci Fi [SF] 7 Action/Adventure [AA] 5. A pie chart with the genre distribution among the 50 blockbusters.
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Number of Films per Genre Animation [A] Drama [D] Fantasy [F] Horror [H] Sci Fi [SF]
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No. of Movies Per Rating Rating No. of Movies PG - 13 30 PG 12 G 3 R 5 6. A pie chart that with the Rating breakdown of the 50 blockbusters.
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No. of Movies per Rating PG - 13 PG G R
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Budget Bracket No. of Blockbusters 1 -- 50 4 51 -- 100 10 101 -- 150 8 151 -- 200 17 201 -- 250 8 251 -- 300 0 301 -- 350 2 351 -- 400 1 1 -- 50 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 N o. o f Bl o c k b u st er s 7. A frequency distribution graph that shows the number of blockbusters found in each budget bracket. Use increments of 50 mil for the budget brackets .
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51 -- 100 101 -- 150 151 -- 200 201 -- 250 251 -- 300 301 -- 350 351 -- 400 Budget Bracket
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The data to babulate the table below has been derived directly from part by filtering and t Box Office Bracket No. of Blockbusters 300 & Below 0 301 -- 400 19 401 -- 500 18 501 -- 600 4 601 -- 700 5 701 -- 800 2 801 -- 900 1 900 & Above 1 300 & 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 N o . o f B l o c k b u 8 . A frequency distribution graph that will show the number of blockbusters found in each Box Office bracket. Start at 'less than 300 Mil' and go from there in increments of 100 Mil
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then counting Below 301 -- 400 401 -- 500 501 -- 600 601 -- 700 701 -- 800 801 -- 900 900 & Above u s t e r s Box Office Bracket
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Part 4: Interpretation of Data Students will write a one-paragraph (minimum 6 sentences) containing an interpretation of (at least) one chart/histogram of their choice from the 8 charts they have generated. They should choose the one that they find the most revealing and significant. When exploring the data, they should focus on the insights that that particular chart reveals, and reflect on how would this particular chart affect their decisions as far as green- lighting a film, should they place themselves in the shoes of a studio executive that reviews such data. When determining the budget bracket for a film, it would be wise to consider a budget that is betwee 200,000,00. According to the blockbusters versus the budget bracket, most films in that range of bud top fifty blockbusters. In additional to that,it is evident that films with a PG - 13 rating dorminates th blockbusters. It would, as it seems from the graph, give a film an upperhand considering that particul advisable to consider the genre too since it is evident that some genres are more preferred over others
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en 150,000,000 and dget make it to the he top fifty lar film rating. It is s.
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