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stats lab. The teacher usually gives us very detailed instructions and steps for the program we do the labs on, such as click here and here, write this here, label this such and such, input this data here, etc etc. This lab was no different until the end of the question which just says "draw a scatter plot of binomial(x) vs x." I could probably draw this by hand, but obviously we have to use the program and I have no idea. I see the scatter plots button and everything, but I guess idk how to do it. idk what should be in the x and y variables. I kinda guessed, and it did automatically label the page "Binomial(x) vs. X" so that seems promising, but there is no way the graph is correct. I tried looking through all the lecture notes and none show how to do things with scatter plots on the program or how it should look. There's actually nothing about scatter plots at all. I looked in the book and it says scatter plots are discussed in Ch. 10, which we haven't even done (we're only on ch. 5), and I still couldn't find what I was looking for. I am so confused and it's due in a few hours. There are like four questions asking me to do this ughhh. Like, I know what a scatter plot is and how to draw one by hand, but I feel like the wording of this question is tripping me up.
I am so dumb because no way this problem is hard. I am just going to guess and feel like a humiliated moron if I get it all super wrong.
edit: I swear if I wasn't even close with this... I think I got it and it was easy but I don't trust math so who knows