A chair maker wants to know how productive he is throughout his normal work day. He usually works for 12 hours a day, 5 days a week. After every 2 hours, he recorded how many chairs he could make in that time (so in the first 2 hours, he made 11 chairs, in the next 2 hours he made 13 chairs, etc.) His results are recorded below.

Hours 0 2 4 6 8 10 12

Chairs Made 0 11 13 13 12 9 8

Using the table above, represent the data in two different and meaningful ways (i.e. using some kind of graphs). Then analyze the data and come up two decisions you could make about regarding the chair maker and his productivity.

A chair maker wants to know how productive he is throughout his normal work day. He usually works for 12 hours a day, 5 days a week. After every 2 hours, he recorded how many chairs he could make in that time (so in the first 2 hours, he made 11 chairs, in the next 2 hours he made 13 chairs, etc.) His results are recorded below.

Hours 0 2 4 6 8 10 12

Chairs Made 0 11 13 13 12 9 8

Using the table above, represent the data in two different and meaningful ways (i.e. using some kind of graphs). Then analyze the data and come up two decisions you could make about regarding the chair maker and his productivity.