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The median value is-----answered What makes this graph misleading? different bar widths the bars should be horizontal inconsistent scale on the y-axis y-axis didn't start at zero ^^ A?

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  1. anonymous
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    It's the middle one so 45

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    thanks:)

  5. anonymous
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    Np

  6. anonymous
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    i cant decide on the second one i go back in forth between answers

  7. anonymous
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    What do you mean

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    the uestion below the median question

  9. anonymous
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    Well the bars are the same width, the y-scale is consistent, and the bars being horizontal won't make a different so I would guess "y-axis didn't start at zero"

  10. anonymous
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    Not 100% sure but that would be my guess

  11. anonymous
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    but it does thats why im so confused :p i mean look at the side lengh

  12. anonymous
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    Sorry. I didn't see that. In that case, I would say inconsistent scale on the y-axis

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    but it is consistent going up by tens maybe it doesnt start at zero in the sense it is not consistent with the other stuff i have no clue!!!

  14. anonymous
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    but maybe that is where the inconsisttency is

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    Well the jump from 0 to 200 is not consistent, so I would guess that one.

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    same :) thank you

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    no problem

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