Question: In the history of the modern Olympics the United States

In the history of the modern Olympics, the United States has won more medals than any other country. But the United States has a large population. Perhaps a better measure of success is the number of medals won per capita—that is the number of medals divided by the population. By that measure, the leading countries are Liechtenstein (255.42 medals/cap), Norway (95.271), Finland (86.514), and Sweden (66.455). The following table summarizes the medals/capita counts for the 100 countries with the most medals.
a) Try to make a display of these data. What problems do you encounter?
b) Can you find a way to organize the data so that the graph is more successful?

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