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  • 1. 13.4 Misleading Statistics Objective: Recognize how statistics  can be misleading. Mr. Williams   jwilliams@gesd40.org Image: 'Wired Tech Trend' www.flickr.com/photos/35034356424@N01/69621586 1
  • 2. Line Graph 50 Scale 25 0 2
  • 3. Bar Graph 3
  • 4. Average Movie Ticket Price Average Movie Ticket Price Price in Dollars Price in Dollars Which graph makes it look like prices increased dramatically?  Why? 4