### Video Transcript

Which of the following would be
most appropriate to display data if we want to show how frequently each number
occurs? Is it option (A) line plot, (B) pie
chart, (C) scatter plot, (D) Venn diagram, or (E) box plot?

A line plot shows us how frequently
something occurs usually over a period of time. This suggests that option (A) could
be the right answer. A pie chart is used to show parts
or percentages of a whole. It does not give us the frequency
or number of each item. A scatter plot is used to compare
two sets of data and identify whether there is a correlation between them. A Venn diagram is also used to
compare two or more data sets. Therefore, this is not the correct
answer either. A box plot or box-and-whisker plot
is used to show the range as well as the median and quartiles of a data set. It does not tell us the frequency
of each item.

We can therefore conclude that the
most appropriate way to display data if we want to show how frequently each number
occurs is option (A) a line plot. We could also use bar graphs or
pictographs to display this. However, they were not options in
this question.