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Please please please help I am desperate xx Will fan and medal!!!!!! HELP!! algebra a Produce stand recorded the number of items sold per day. the results are shown below. (imagine this is a table) 5 2 9 6 10 8 6 7 1 3 5 2 8 9 4 10 5 3 1 5 7 4 2 9 if this data were to be displayed using a dot plot describe the numbers along the horizontal number line, where dots are located, and the shape of the graph. Some help would be appreciated pleaseee

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  1. anonymous
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    I'm really sorry, but I have no idea about this one :(

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    Thank you for trying though @basketweaver

  4. anonymous
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    So how do I describe the plot along the horizontal numver line, where the dots are located, and the shape of the graph? @jeweaver145

  5. anonymous
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    This looks like several graphs to me. I really suck at statistics.

  6. anonymous
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    I plotted the sales for each day along the y axis and the day along the x axis, so for day 1 it was 5 and day 2 it was 2 and so on. Im not sure this is exactly what your problem is looking for but you could say the shape spikes three times and dips twice over the course of the sales. The numbers vary from 1-10 along the vertical axis

  7. anonymous
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    Thank you so much, I actually think I got it from here. Do you think you could help with some more? @jeweaver145

  8. anonymous
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    This might also help you visualize the data, it shows the number of sales along the bottom and how many times that sale occured along the y axis!

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    yeah i could help, just do me a favor and medal if i helped and then open a new question! :)

  10. anonymous
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    Did I do it right? hahaha @jeweaver145

  11. anonymous
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    well you got the "medaling" right, now just close this question and open a new one so i can help you haha

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