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- ambi

The following graph shows the number of customers who purchased something from a store in September and October. Explain how you could redraw the graph so that the change in customers between the two months does not seem so great.

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So if I had to redraw it, I would increase the graph of September by 1 and decrease the graph of October by 1 to make the gap not seem so great?

- MrNood

the step up from the first to the second LOOKS like it's about half the height of the first
HOWEVER if you look at the numbers on the scale you can see that the change is only about a 2% increase.
This is a 'trick' often used by advertisers - note that the chart scale does not start at 0
try drawing it with a scale starting at 0

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You can't do what you suggested because that corrupts the actual data - which is what we are trying to display on the graph

- ambi

Oh yes, I didn't catch that. Thanks a lot :)

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