# Variables measured try to remember the appropriate

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variables measured. Try to remember the appropriate display for the relationship between the two variables. (A) is the correct answer. Question 3 of 5 Points: 10 out of 10 A survey was conducted to study the relationship between the zip code of the family home and whether they buy or rent the home. Data were collected from a random sample of 280 families from a certain metropolitan area. A meaningful graphical display of these data would be: side-by-side boxplots a pie chart a histogram a scatterplot a two-way table
Good job! A two-way table (also called a contingency table) is the appropriate display for the comparing two categorical variables (that is, for the relationship between a categorical explanatory variable, in this case "zip code," and a categorical response variable, in this case "buy or rent their home"). Question 4 of 5 Points: 10 out of 10 Students were asked about their hourly wage and the number of hours they work each week. The data are displayed in the scatterplot below:
Question 5 of 5 Points: 10 out of 10 Which of the tables is the appropriate table of conditional percents to discover if the type of student who takes a statistics class at different times of the day affects smoking status?