David, an analyst, asserts that the cost of parking significantly increases for customers as the location of a restaurant is located closer to the city.
1) What are graphical and numerical measures suited to examine the case with the given data?
2) Are there considerations in the data that should be explored after examining these results? How do you segment the data (i.e., restaurants that are ≤ 10km distance from the CBD) as compared to those located in the outer suburbs (i.e., at a location that is ≥ 10km from the CBD)?
3) To be clear, how do you provide three figures and three numerical measures to answer this question in its entirety?
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