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# CO and NO Emissions Exercise lists the amounts of carbon

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Problem 6RE

CO and NO EmissionsÂ Exercise lists the amounts of carbon monoxide emissions, and listed below are the amounts (million metric tons) of nitrous oxide emissions in the United States for the same ten-year period as in Exercise. What graph is best for exploring the relationship between carbon monoxide emissions and nitrous oxide emissions? Construct that graph. Does the graph suggest that there is a relationship between carbon monoxide emissions and nitrous oxide emissions?

Exercise

CO EmissionsÂ Listed below are the amounts (million metric tons) of carbon monoxide emissions in the United States for each year of a recent ten-year period. The data are listed in order. Construct the graph that is most appropriate for these data. What type of graph is best? What does the graph suggest?

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Given, the amounts of carbon monoxide emissions, and listed below are the amounts (million metric tons) of nitrous oxide emissions in the United States for the same ten-year period

 Carbon monoxide Nitrous Oxide 5638 351 5708 349 5893 345 5807 339 5881 335 5939 335 6024 362 6032 371 5946 376 6022 384

A scatterplot is best for exploring the relationship between carbon monoxide emissions and nitrous oxide emissions.

From Excel

> enter the data in excel sheet

> go to insert

> select box plot

The scatterplot does not suggest that there is a relationship.

Step 2 of 2

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