# Statistics

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• Jul 20th 2007, 10:00 AM
askmemath
Statistics
Hi,

I've been having a little trouble with this Statistics Question and was hoping somebody could help me. I've solved what I think is part of the solution. I've scanned my work and attached it.

When the problem says to make a numerical summaries and
appropriate graph to compare the distributions, I thought I would enter the
data into L1 and graph that and copy down to my paper; then do the same in
L2.

Right?

Would appreciate the help.
• Jul 20th 2007, 11:22 AM
CaptainBlack
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Originally Posted by askmemath
Hi,

I've been having a little trouble with this Statistics Question and was hoping somebody could help me. I've solved what I think is part of the solution. I've scanned my work and attached it.

When the problem says to make a numerical summaries and
appropriate graph to compare the distributions, I thought I would enter the
data into L1 and graph that and copy down to my paper; then do the same in
L2.

Right?

Would appreciate the help.

First of all what are L1 and L2? Presumably something to do with your
calculator. If se tell us what you are using.

RonL
• Jul 22nd 2007, 11:56 AM
askmemath
yes, I entered both sets of numbers from the chart...one list in L1 and the other list in L2. I thought I could turn off L1 when I wanted to see the graph for L2 and vice-versa. I was using a histogram to compare the two list of percentages.

Right?