MadSci Network: Earth Sciences

Re: Which uses more water, a shower or a bath?

Date: Tue Mar 5 13:00:57 2002
Posted By: Paul Thompson, Faculty, Biostatistics, Med School
Area of science: Earth Sciences
ID: 1014069010.Es

13.5 cm?  That means centimeter, which is a funny way of measuring water.  

But, let's say you are using gallons or liters, which are more standard
approaches.  Here is what I would do.

I would plot the amount on the Y or vertical axis.  It should probably go
from 0 - 20 (Gallons) or whatever your unit is.  On the X or horizontal
axis, I would show the three different trials or tries.  I would use a bar

It would probably look a little like this:

 |   +
 | + + 
 | + +
   B S    B S      B S   
    1      2        3

B - bath
S - shower

Good luck!!


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