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If the size of a histogram's intervals is decreased, and its scale remains the same, which of the following statements will be true? The height of the bars will decrease. The total number of bars will decrease. The width of the bars will increase. Each bar will represent more data items than before.
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User: If the size of a histogram's intervals is decreased, and its scale remains the same, which of the following statements will be true? The height of the bars will decrease. The total number of bars will decrease. The width of the bars will increase. Each bar will represent more data items than before.

Weegy: If the size of a histogram's intervals is decreased, and its scale remains the same, - The height of the bars will decrease - will be the true statement.
yumdrea|Points 17109|

User: The main difference between a histogram and a bar graph is that the bars of a histogram are usually side by side with no space in between, while the bars of a bar graph are not.

Weegy: The main difference between a histogram and a bar graph is that the bars of a histogram are usually side by side with no space in between, while the bars of a bar graph are not. TRUE.



User: Use measurement classes to determine the _____________ for the horizontal axis. a. width c. scale b. height d. median

Weegy: Use measurement classes to determine the scale for the horizontal axis.
erikalui|Points 1673|

User: When creating a histogram, identify the greatest and least values in the data set so that you can create measurement classes of _________________ width. a. varying c. skewed left b. equal d. skewed right

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When creating a histogram, identify the greatest and least values in the data set so that you can create measurement classes of EQUAL width.

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emdjay23, you only answered the last question, yet you flagged the whole conversation without checking if the first three answers are correct or incorrect.
Please don't do that again.
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