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MATH399 Applied Managerial Statistics
Week 2 Assignment Line and Bar Graphs
QuestionAccording to the information above, which of the following is an appropriate analysis of the taxi’s distance?
From the data, the taxi was closest, in miles, from the depot after 10 hours.
From the data, the taxi was farthest, in miles, from the depot after 4 hours.
From the data, the taxi was closest, in miles, from the depot after 5 hours.
From the data, the taxi was farthest, in miles, from the depot after 5 hours.
QuestionThe data listed below represents the distance from a city taxi depot (to the nearest mile) by the number of hours since a taxi left the depot to pick up passengers.
Number of Hours            Number of Miles
0              0
1              3
4              6
5              10
6              5
7              3
10           2
Create the corresponding line graph to represent this data below.
QuestionMarc is keeping track of the total number of movies he has watched over time. The line graph below shows the data where the number of movies corresponds to the number of movies that had been watched at the beginning of the week shown on the horizontal axis.

A line graph titled Movies Watched Over Time has a horizontal x-axis, labeled Weeks, from 0 to 5 in increments of 1 and a vertical y-axis, labeled Movies, from 0 to 8 in increments of 2. The graph consists of six plotted points connected by line segments from left to right. The coordinates of the plotted points are at left-parenthesis 0 comma 0 right-parenthesis, left-parenthesis 1 comma 2 right-parenthesis, left-parenthesis 2 comma 6 right-parenthesis, left-parenthesis 3 comma 7 right-parenthesis, left-parenthesis 4 comma 8 right-parenthesis, and left-parenthesis 5 comma 9 right-parenthesis.
How many movies did Marc watch between the beginning of week 1 and the beginning of week 5? Do not include the unit in your answer.
QuestionIf the gym was going to expand only one part of their gym to provide more space, which area should they most likely expand?
According to the data, the gym should expand the pool.
According to the data, the gym should expand the weight room.
According to the data, the gym should expand the runner’s track.
According to the data, the gym should expand the aerobics room.
QuestionA gym is conducting research on their customer’s preferred work-out routine during the week. The following table shows the preferred work-outs for the selected gym customers.
Activity
Frequency
Running
22
Swimming
16
Walking
11
Weight Lifting
8
Aerobics
5
Create the corresponding bar graph to represent this data below. Drag the dots on the top of the bar graph to create the chart.
QuestionAccording to the data given in the previous question, what can the travel agency conclude about the sampled families?
According to the data, a majority of the sampled families did not go on vacation.
According to the data, a majority of the sampled families went on vacation twice.
According to the data, a majority of the sampled families went on vacation no more than once.
According to the data, a majority of the sampled families went on vacation at least twice.
QuestionA travel agency is conducting research on how many times families went on vacation during the last year. The following table shows the number of times sampled families went on vacation.
Vacation
Frequency
None
3
Once
11
Twice
9
Three times
6
Four times
3
Create the corresponding bar graph to represent this data below. Drag the dots on the top of the bar graph to create the chart.
QuestionJosslyn is a car salesperson who keeps track of her sales over time. The line graph below shows how many cars she sells per week.
A line graph titled Cars Sold Over Time has a horizontal x-axis labeled Weeks from 0 to 6 in increments of 1 and a vertical y-axis labeled Cars Sold from 0 to 16 in increments of 2. The graph consists of seven plotted points connected by line segments from left to right. The coordinates of the plotted points are at left-parenthesis 0 comma 5 right-parenthesis, left-parenthesis 1 comma 14 right-parenthesis, left-parenthesis 2 comma 16 right-parenthesis, left-parenthesis 3 comma 7 right-parenthesis, left-parenthesis 4 comma 10 right-parenthesis, left-parenthesis 5 comma 12 right-parenthesis, and left-parenthesis 6 comma 8 right-parenthesis.
What was the change in cars sold from week 2 to 6? Do not include the unit in your answer.
QuestionPorter is keeping track of the total number of books he has read over time. The line graph below shows the data.
A line graph titled Books Read Over Time has a horizontal x-axis labeled Months from 0 to 5 in increments of 1 and a vertical y-axis labeled Books from 0 to 10 plus in increments of 2. The graph consists of six plotted points connected by line segments from left to right. The coordinates of the plotted points are left-parenthesis 0 comma 0 right-parenthesis, left-parenthesis 1 comma 2 right-parenthesis, left-parenthesis 2 comma 4 right-parenthesis, left-parenthesis 3 comma 7 right-parenthesis, left-parenthesis 4 comma 9 right-parenthesis, and left-parenthesis 5 comma 11 right-parenthesis.
How many books did Porter read from month 2 to 5? Do not include the unit in your answer.
QuestionThe bar graph below shows the number of men and women in different clubs.
A side-by-side bar graph has a horizontal axis labeled Clubs with groups Drama and Computer and a vertical axis labeled Students from 0 to 18 in increments of 2. There are two vertical bars above each horizontal axis label, with the bar on the left representing men and the bar on the right representing women. The bars have heights as follows, with the horizontal axis label listed first and the bar heights listed second: Drama, 16 and 16; and Computer, 17 and 16.
How many total students are in the Drama club? Do not include the units in your answer.
QuestionThe bar graph below shows the number of boys and girls in different classes.
A bar graph has a horizontal axis labeled Classes with Groups Mrs. Smith, Mr. Johnson, and Mr. James, and a vertical axis labeled Students from 0 to 16 in increments of 2. There are two vertical bars above each horizontal axis label, with the bar on the left representing boys and the bar on the right representing girls. The bars have heights as follows, with the horizontal axis label listed first and the bar heights listed second: Mrs. Smith, 14 and 13; Mr. Johnson, 11 and 10; Mr. James, 12 and 16.
How many total students are in Mr. Johnson’s class? Do not include the units in your answer.

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