week 1 Quantitative Concepts Discussion

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Practice: Week 1 Discussion Question 1

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1.1

Describe a time when each of these graphs would be appropriate to use:

Line graph -define in 125 word count


Bar graph-define in 125 word count

Pie graph-define in 125 word count

Where have you seen these types of graphs in your personal life or in your job?

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School: Boston College

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1. INTRODUCTION
2. BODY
3. CONCLUSION
4. REFERENCE


Running head: QUANTITATIVE CONCEPTS

Quantitative Concepts Discussion
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QUANTITATIVE CONCEPTS

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Quantitative Concepts Discussion
Line Graph
A line chart, as it is also known, refers to the quantitative measure between two variables
displaying an overtime data connection of marker points in a straight line. The graph can either
follow an ascending or descending order, depending on the nature of the applied data set
(Broumi, Bakali, Talea, & Smarandache, 2016). It is most vital in comparing distinct situations,
events and information.
Line graphs are significant when an analyst is considering either over...

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