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joe4444
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VCE Further Mathematics
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What is a scatterplot and what is a histogram? Aren't they the same?
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jta39007
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The graph with the dots is a scatterplot and the graph with the lines are the histogram
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Khanbahi
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Review your Chapter, on what Graph to use when the variable are either numerical, or categorical.
odet
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a scatterplot plots 2 variables (sets of data) of numerical data while a histogram is for one variable and just plotting its frequency
Arm0010
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@jta39007 The graph with the dots is a scatterplot and the graph with the lines *is* the histogram
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