Barone’s Italian Restaurant advertises that its customers are much happier than the customers of its main competitors. The claim is based on the results of a customer satisfaction survey
Which statement best describes why the graph is misleading?
Barone’s rating looks better than it really is because the graph does not start at zero?
It is difficult to determine the actual satisfaction levels for each restaurant, so a clear comparison cannot be made??
Using percentages makes it seem like there is a large difference in customer satisfaction between Barone’s and its competitors?
Not enough restaurants were included in the survey?
The bars on the graph going left to right in percentages.
I chose, "Barone’s rating looks better than it really is because the graph does not start at zero?"
Isn' this a good rule? The rule? Please help??
Choosing which Misleading words I kinda have trouble with, but other than that doing good.