Question: Living donor kidney transplants are becoming more common Often a living

Living-donor kidney transplants are becoming more common. Often a living donor has chosen to donate a kidney to a relative with kidney disease. The following data appeared in a USA Today article on organ transplants (“Kindness Motivates Newest Kidney Donors,” June 19, 2002):
a. Construct a time-series plot for the number of living- donor kidney transplants where the donor is a relative of the recipient. Describe the trend in this plot.
b. Use the data from 1994 and 2001 to construct a comparative bar chart for the type of donation (relative or unrelated). Write a few sentences commenting on your display.

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