Question;Baseball stadiums vary in age, style, size, and in many other ways. Fans might think of the size of the stadium in terms of the number of seats, while the player might measure the size of the stadium by the distance from the homeplate to the centerfield fence. Note: CF = distance from homeplate to centerfield fence.Using the Excell add-in construct your scatter diagram with the data set provide below.Seats CF388054204111840056000400450304003407740040793400561444085051640040615400481904063633143443405405489114005044941550091400437724044903340747447405401204224150340440950435384964004190040042271404436474014260039646200400412224035235540845000408Is there a relationship between these two measurements for the ?size? of the 30 Major League Baseball stadiums?a. Before you run your scatter diagram answer the following: What do you think you will find? Bigger fields have more seats? Smaller fields have more seats? No relationship exists between field size and number of seats? A strong relationship exists between field size and number of seats? Explain.b. Construct a scatter diagram and include it in your answer.c. Describe what the scatter diagram tells you, including a reaction to your answer in (a).Question 22.Place a pair of dice in a cup, shake and dump them out. Observe the sum of dots. Record 2, 3, 4, _, 12. Repeat the process 25 times. Using your results, find the relative frequency for each of the values: 2, 3, 4, 5, _, 12.
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