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The distribution of total scores by gender among secondary school students in mathematics was visualized using a histogram. The key findings are:

- Both genders have a wide range of scores, indicating variability in performance.
- The histogram shows the counts of students within different score ranges, grouped by gender.
- This visualization helps in understanding the distribution and comparison of scores between male and female students in the context of their performance in mathematics.

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The distribution of total scores by discipline among secondary school students in mathematics was visualized using a histogram. Key observations include:

**Variability in Scores Across Disciplines**: The histogram illustrates the variability in total scores across different disciplines (Art, Science, Commercial).**Comparison Between Disciplines**: This visualization facilitates a comparison of student performance in mathematics across the three disciplines, highlighting any differences in score distributions.

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The exploration of the correlation between discipline and total scores among secondary school students in mathematics was approached by visualizing the mean total scores for each discipline. Key insights include:

**Differences in Mean Scores Across Disciplines**: The bar chart shows distinct mean total scores for each discipline, indicating differences in performance across disciplines.**Inference of Correlation**: While a direct correlation calculation was not feasible due to data types, the visualization suggests that the discipline a student is enrolled in might have an association with their performance in mathematics.

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