Create the appropriate graphs. Label all axes and titles.
Let’s say you’re given a choice between two ways to make money. 1: You receive $5 every day. 2: Your amount doubles every day. Model both of these as equations and then graph them. Then, create a legend where the first model is labeled “Add $5” and the second is “Double $”. The x-axis should be the days and the y-axis should be the amount of money made.
Plot two Normal distributions (histograms) with one subplot on top of the other. The first represents the heights of a sample of 50 13-year-old girls, with a mean of 59 inches and standard deviation of 3 inches. The second represents the heights of a sample of 50 13-year-old boys, with a mean of 63 inches and standard deviation of 4 inches.
Also, adjust the figure size to be 6 inches x 4 inches.