Im not sure how to interpret the graphs. The top graph shows a match took 17 students. How do I correlate this information with the bottom 2 graphs. Bottom left shows 10 dots (10 simulations) and bottom right, the histogram shows a count on y-axis which also I’m unsure of how these dimensions correlate to the visual experience of graph on top. For example, what is x-axis 10 and y-axis 4.0 mean?

Hi @shaheenb

The top graph shows the number of students required to find a match on September 9, which was 17. The bottom left scatter plot displays the number of students needed across 10 different simulations (each dot representing one simulation). The bottom right histogram shows the frequency of the number of students needed across these simulations.

The bar at x-axis 10 and y-axis 4 means that in 4 of the 10 simulations, it took around 10 students to find a match. This visualizes the variability and distribution of students needed to find a match on different tests.

Hope it helps! Feel free to ask if you need further assistance.