This pie chart represents the different principal reasons for patients being in the emergency room of the year 2003. It also shows how common or uncommon each reason is for being in the emergency room. You can conclude from this chart that very common reasons to be in the emergency room in 2003 included stomach pain and cough/throat injuries. You also can conclude that very uncommon reasons for being in the emergency room in 2003 included skin rashes and ear ache/ear infections.
This pie chart represents where college student's households away from their colleges are located. You can conclude from this chart that majority of students attending the college have households that are either local and located near the college the students attend or have households located in the same state as the college.
This histogram represents how frequent it is for states to have a certain percent of students taking the SATs. The low percents represent the states who do not have many high school students taking the SATs while the high percents represent the states who have majority of high school students taking the SATs. You can conclude from this histogram that there are many states that have a very low percentage of high school students take the SATs. Another thing you can conclude is that there is a very small amount of states which have majority of high school students taking the SATs.
This histogram represents how frequent the score of superbowl winner's have been throughout the years of 1967 to 2011. You can conclude from this histogram that superbowl winners often have a score of 42 or higher at the end of the game.