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I give Professor Robert Smidt permission to use this project in class or for any other reason and I dont mind if my name is usedData Source The data was taken from AOL American On Line chat rooms on January 19 1999 from around 600pm to around 700pm The address on the World Wide Web is wwwaolcom The questionnaire was administered by myself and a classmate by asking a random person that was logged on at the time Can I ask you a few questions for a class I am in If they agreed we would ask them their agegender and then the question Are you a Christian The variable in question was if the person was a Christian a person who believes and follows the teachings of Jesus Christ There was only two possible answers to the question yes or no There were 35 people interviewed The two graphs both show the results of the data from the experiment Are you a Christian but in different ways The relative frequency of the people that said yes to the question was 06571 and the relative frequency of the people who said no was 03428 That means that 6571 of the people we interviewed where Christian and 3428 were not The bar chart does a good job of enhancing the data so that the differences were seen and it also had the option of labeling the axes to make the data more clear to the reader A weakness of the bar chart was that the total number of people interviewed was not obvious as was the case with the pie chart The pie chart shows the responses as a part of the whole but it doesnt show the numbers corresponding to the percents The pie chart also visually explains the majority of the people interviewed responded to item 1 which was yes and about 13 responded with item 2 which was
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