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Probability and Statistics

Probability and Statistics

Scatter Plots Examples

Example 1

Make a scatter plot from the following made-up data.

Example 2

Use the scatter plot to answer the following questions.

  1. How many dwarves are there when there are 50 elves?
  2. Were more dwarves observed when there were 30 elves, or 10 elves?
  3. Two observations were made that included 15 dwarves. How many elves were observed in each of these observations?
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