Reference the data in the ROI Excel spreadheet. Attached below

In this data set â€“ the ROI data set – for 2 different majors (Business and Engineering), you are given a sample of the 20 best colleges according to ROI (ROI = Return on Investment) and their â€˜School Typeâ€™, â€˜Costâ€™, â€™30-Year ROIâ€™, and â€˜Annual % ROIâ€™.

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1. For each of the 2 majors create a pie chart using the column â€˜School Typeâ€™. Comment on your results.
2. For each of the 2 majors create a frequency distribution and histogram using the column â€˜Annual % ROIâ€™. Group with starting at 6% (0.06), ending at 11% (0.11), and go by 0.5% (0.005).
• For the histograms title your charts â€œHistogram Business Major: Annual % ROIâ€ for Business majors and â€œHistogram Engineering Major: Annual % ROIâ€ for Engineering Majors. Comment on your results.
• Question 1 hint/help. Find out how many schools are public and how many are private in each major and do a pie chart (2 charts total). Use the charting function to make a pie chart in Excel. Make sure not to include the total in your pie chartâ€”just the numbers for private and public for each major.Question 2 hint/help. For each major do a frequency distribution (2 charts total)â€”that is find out how many schools are in each bucket. The buckets will look something like 6%â‰¤x<6.5%, 6.5%â‰¤x<7%, etc. all the way to 10.5%â‰¤x<11%, where x is Annual ROI. Then use these as the text labels for the x axis of your graphâ€”Excel can do this automatically–the y axis will be the number of schools in each Annual ROI bucket.