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QUESTION 1
i.
The **graph** depicts that the quantity supply of t-shirts is less than the quantity demanded by the market. At this price i.e. £6, the suppliers are willing to less t-shirts i.e. 40 whereas the consumers are willing to buy more t-shirts i.e. 105 at the same price. Therefore, this has resulted in the shortage of the 65 t-shirts in the market.
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Basic Statistics and graphs...year)
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**Graph** I: Histogram (5 Year Prices)
**Graph** I: Histogram (1 Year Prices)
a. Similarities and Differences between two data sets
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Fuuntions and Their graphs...into P(x) = 15√(x - 1) + 3:
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**Graph** of P(x) = 10x – 7:
**Graph** of P(x) = 15√(x – 1) + 3:
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