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Textual Presentation of Data?

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The textual presentation of data is defined as any type of data that is gathered. Some examples are pie charts, tables, histograms, and graphs. The textual presentation of data is great to use when you are giving a speech or giving a presentation. The textual presentation of data can also be used in mathematics classes, such as statistics classes. Some types of textual presentation of data used in Statistics is a dot plot and an ogive.
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