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    For part c) on the question above, I said that the reason why the data could not be plotted onna scatter graoh was that the data was discontinuous. The mark scheme says "Data is qualitative/non-numeric". Woulf I get the mark! Someone please help!
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    I think for c) it is that the diagram is non-numeric, in other words, she can't use numbers to show her diagram, instead, she should use words like "dog", "cat", etc. and then draw lines showing two genders, and how many of them chose which pet. It will determine whether one specific pet is chosen by the majority of one gender or another. So the diagram should instead be bar chart. That is at least how I think. I would answer like this.
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    This came up in GCSE bio and nobody really had a clue
 
 
 
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