Nutritional data from sixteen of the sandwiches on a typical Burger King (BK) menu and thirteen of the sandwiches on a typical McDonald’s (MCD) menu have been collected. The dotplot given below shows the number of grams of carbohydrates in each sandwich, as categorized by restaurant.
The median number of grams of carbohydrates for Burger King sandwiches is
grams greater than the median number of grams of carbohydrates for McDonald’s sandwiches.
Burger King sandwiches within two grams of its mode.
If a customer is on a diet plan that allows a maximum of 45 grams of carbohydrates in a sandwich, then he has
more choices for a sandwich at McDonald’s than at Burger King.