The ideal weight (in stones) of people of varying heights is given in the table below. Draw a scatter plot for the data. Height (feet/inches) 5 ft 0” 5 ft 1” 5 ft 2” 5 ft 3” 5 ft 4” 5 ft 5” Weight (stones) 9.1 9.5 9.8 10 10.4 10.8 a. A graph has height on the x-axis, and weight on the y-axis, from 9 to 10.8 in increments of 0.2. Points are at (5, 9.1), (5 foot 1 inch, 9.5), (5 foot 2 inches, 9.8), (5 foot 3 inches, 10), (5 foot 4 inches, 10.4), (5 foot 5 inches, 10.8). c. A graph has height on the x-axis, and weight on the y-axis, from 9 to 10.8 in increments of 0.2. Points are at (5, 9.2), (5 foot 1 inch, 9.5), (5 foot 2 inches, 9.8), (5 foot 3 inches, 10), (5 foot 4 inches, 10.3), (5 foot 5 inches, 10.8). b. A graph has height on the x-axis, and weight on the y-axis, from 9 to 10.8 in increments of 0.2. Points are at (5, 9.5), (5 foot 1 inch, 9.8), (5 foot 2 inches, 10), (5 foot 3 inches, 10), (5 foot 4 inches, 10.4), (5 foot 5 inches, 10.8). d. A graph has height on the x-axis, and weight on the y-axis, from 9 to 10.8 in increments of 0.2. Points are at (5, 9), (5 foot 1 inch, 9.5), (5 foot 1 inch, 9.8), (5 foot 3 inches, 10), (5 foot 4 inches, 10.4), (5 foot 5 inches, 10.8). Please select the best answer from the choices provided

scatter plotfor the data will be A. Agraphhas height on the x-axis, and weight on they-axis, from 9 to 10.8 in increments of 0.2. Points are at (5, 9.1), (5 foot 1 inch, 9.5), (5 foot 2 inches, 9.8), (5 foot 3 inches, 10), (5 foot 4 inches, 10.4), (5 foot 5 inches, 10.8).## What is a scatter plot?

scatter plotis a set of points plotted on horizontal and vertical axes that show the extent ofcorrelationbetween thevariables.scatter plotfor the data will be agraphhas height on the x-axis, and weight on they-axis, from 9 to 10.8 in increments of 0.2. Points are at (5, 9.1), (5 foot 1 inch, 9.5), (5 foot 2 inches, 9.8), (5 foot 3 inches, 10), (5 foot 4inches, 10.4), (5 foot 5 inches, 10.8).