Drunk-driving fatalities represent the total number of people (occupants and non-occupants) killed in motor vehicle traffic crashes

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Drunk-driving fatalities represent the total number of people (occupants and non-occupants) killed in motor vehicle traffic crashes in which at least one driver had a blood alcohol content (BAC) of 0.08 or higher. The following graph, titled "Drunk Driving Fatalities Down 38%. Despite a 31% Increase in Licensed Drivers," was taken from page 13 of the document Signs of Progress on theWeb site of the Beer Institute.
Drunk-driving fatalities represent the total number of people (occupants and

a. What features of the graph are potentially misleading?
b. Do you think that it was necessary to incorporate those features in order to display the data?
c. What could be done to more correctly display the data?

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Elementary Statistics

ISBN: 9780321691231

8th Edition

Authors: Neil A. Weiss

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