Question: The following graphical display is meant to be a comparative
The following graphical display is meant to be a comparative bar graph (USA Today, August 3, 2009). Do you think that this graphical display is an effective summary of the data? If so, explain why. If not, explain why not and construct a display that makes it easier to compare the ice cream preferences of men and women.
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