In this graph you can see height of my yeast solution in centimeters. This means that Fleishmann's yeast solution rose substantionally higher than the Redstar yeast solution. The Control group was yeast in the bottom of the bowl, which did not rise at all.
In this graph you can see the average height of Fleishmann's yeast and also the average height of Redstar's yeast. The Control group was exactly zero centimeters because of the fact that the Control group was just some yeast in the bottom of the glass measuring bowl. Redstar's average was not quite as far behind in the average graph as was in the true height graph.