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### Course: Integrated math 1>Unit 10

Lesson 4: Comparing distributions

# Comparing distributions with dot plots (example problem)

Sal examines two distributions in dot plots to draw conclusions about the times of Olympic swimmers. Created by Sal Khan.

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• The answer to the semifinal round is 53.3375, and the final round is 53.1875, I don't know if I got it right, is it only 0.15 seconds?
• I calculated a difference of 0.25. It seems like you've got the process down but you made a small mistake in your calculation. Nothing to worry about.
• Why distribution in dot plot?
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• why is it on a dot plot
• Because it is on a dot plot.
• Just to clarify.... the lower the value = better 100meter time = faster those "dots" swam. Am I correct??