1 Large data sets are more effectively analyzed and presented
1. Large data sets are more effectively analyzed and presented by:
a. Showing each data point
b. Graphing data in a chart
c. Selecting the most important individual items
d. None of the above

2. A pie chart is useful for presenting:
a. Hypothetical information
b. Statistical inferences
c. Mathematical formula
d. Categories of data that sum to a total

3. A pie chart can be presented in terms of both values and percentages.
a. True
b. False

4. When presenting data in a bar chart:
a. Graphing more than one set of data on the same chart provides information about the relationship of the two data sets
b. Only one data set can be presented on a graph
c. Labeling is not important for this type of chart
d. Time is not an important aspect of the presentation

5. In a time series graph, time is presented on the horizontal (X) axis, and amounts are presented on the vertical (Y) axis.
a. True
b. False

6. Graphs are objective presentations that are always free from bias.
a. True
b. False

7. Changing the scale in a graph can have a significant impact that introduces _____ into the presentation:
a. Homogeneity
b. Uniformity
c. Bias
d. Serialization

8. It is important to include the scale in a graph to avoid the perception of:
a. Unlawfulness
b. Intuitiveness
c. Counter intuitiveness
d. Intentional deception

9. Charts should always have a title.
a. True
b. False

10. Descriptive labels for each axis of a graph may or may not be included depending on whether such labels will enhance the overall clarity of the graph.
a. True
b. False

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