Our primary focus was to study and survey students attending a four-year college or university. Our sample was random, and we compared majors as well. We asked what kind of major they take, how many credits are required to graduate, and a minimum cost of money that goes into one semester only. The date we collected was illustrated in a histogram give a visual representation of our results and what they mean. A scatterplot was also created to demonstrate whether there is a relationship between the two variables and how they affect one another. It helped us interpret and visually see if college expenses increase as an individual enrolls in more credits in one semester.
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