West Coast University Categorical Graphs and Descriptions Questions Answer the questions attached. Please only those with a strong command in statistics ne

West Coast University Categorical Graphs and Descriptions Questions Answer the questions attached. Please only those with a strong command in statistics need to bid on this question. Hand written answers are fine and please show your work were needed.Identify the type of variable (categorical, discrete numerical, or continuous numerical) for each of the variables. Submit your graphs and descriptions. Instructions
Identify the type of variable (categorical, discrete numerical, or
continuous numerical) for each of the variables. Submit your
graphs and descriptions. If you are submitting a picture using
an iPhone, please follow the steps below.
Question 1
3 pts
A random survey was taken of 50 people on supplies they had
during the Covid-19 quarantine. They were asked how many of
them had toilet paper, paper towels, Clorox/Lysol wipes, and hand
soap. Create by hand a bar graph with the data collected below.
Submit a picture of your bar graph with your name somewhere
on the page.
Clorox/Lysol
Toilet Paper Paper Towels
Hand Soap
Wipes
15
27
21
38
Question 2
3 pts
A random survey was taken of 50 people on supplies they had
during the Covid-19 quarantine. They were asked how many of
them had toilet paper, paper towels, Clorox/Lysol wipes, and hand
soap. Describe the bar graph you made in the previous
question.
Clorox/Lysol
Toilet Paper Paper Towels
Hand Soap
Wipes
15
27
21
38
Question 3
3 pts
On different social media outlets, people are posting workouts,
healthy recipes, and new hobbies. Ms. Nix collected data on the
most recent posts in her stream. Create a pie graph with the data
collected below. Submit a picture of your pie graph with your
name somewhere on the page.
Workouts
Healthy Recipes
65
New Hobbies
45
39
Question 4
3 pts
On different social media outlets, people are posting workouts,
healthy recipes, and new hobbies. Describe the pie graph you
submitted in the question above.
Workouts
Healthy Recipes
65
New Hobbies
45
Question 5
1 pts
Identify the type of variable (categorical, discrete numerical, or
continuous numerical) for the variable below:
Gas Price during the quarantine
39
Group of answer choices
• Discrete Numerical
• Continuous Numerical
• Categorical
Question 6
1 pts
Identify the type of variable (categorical, discrete numerical, or
continuous numerical) for the variable below:
Number of Covid-19 Cases
Group of answer choices
• Continuous Numerical
• Categorical
• Discrete Numerical
Question 7
1 pts
Identify the type of variable (categorical, discrete numerical, or
continuous numerical) for the variable below:
Brand of Toilet Paper
Group of answer choices
• Categorical
• Discrete Numerical
• Continuous Numerical
Question 8
1 pts
Identify the type of variable (categorical, discrete numerical, or
continuous numerical) for the variable below:
Miles people are walking per day
Group of answer choices
• Continuous Numerical
• Discrete Numerical
• Categorical
Question 9
1 pts
Identify the type of variable (categorical, discrete numerical, or
continuous numerical) for the variable below:
Hours per week doing At Home Learning
Group of answer choices
• Categorical
• Continuous Numerical
• Discrete Numerical
Question 10
1 pts
Identify the type of variable (categorical, discrete numerical, or
continuous numerical) for the variable below:
Most used music streaming app
Group of answer choices
• Categorical
• Continuous Numerical
• Discrete Numerical
Question 11
8 pts
Categorical Graph Activity.
Starting to get bored looking at the same walls inside the house
over and over again? How about looking at the items around you
in a different way?
Instructions: Find an item or topic as a categorical variable. Ideas
listed below:
Ideas: Colors or types of M&M’s, Skittles, Froot Loops, Chex Mix,
or any other candy/ food item like that
Or Using social media do a survey over favorite color of the
rainbow, Zodiac sign, or any other question
Or Go for a walk or go to your backyard and collect data on things
like type of tree, colors of cars, how many windows on the front
sides of houses, who you see outside (individuals, families, cars,
or whatever groups you wanted) or anything else inside or outside
of your house
Just make sure to practice social distancing and not be creepy.
Try to pick something fun, unique, or interesting to you.
Response: Once you pick your topic, Collect data from at least 30
individuals (people, food items, etc). More than 30 is fine.
Answer the following questions and submit with your graph(s).
What is your categorical variable? (Include all the possible
categories you included. Must have a minimum of three
categories).
How did you collect your data? (data does not have to be
randomly selected for this activity)
Create a bar graph or a pie graph for your data by hand & attach
or insert it below (bonus points if you do a pie graph AND bar
graph)
Write a description for your graph

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