If 93 is a basis of Rn, is the transformation T from to R" given byT(x) = [i] linear? Justify your answer.

STATS 220 1/13, 1/15 Histograms: There are two types of histograms: Continuous histograms and Discrete histograms. Histograms differ from normal bar graphs in two ways: the bars of a histogram touch, and histograms use quantitative numbers, while bar graphs use qualitative numbers. These statements are true for both types of histograms. Term:Bins/ Classes-Thesearethecategoriesyourdatafallsinto. Term:ClassWidth-Thisisthespanofbins/classes,fromoneintegertoahigher one.(Ex.From1to5,thewidthwouldbe4). FINDING A CLASS WIDTH: - Find the range of the given data set - Divide by the number of classes you have - Round up to the next whole number.