I do not understand which scatterplot should be looked at to answer this question:

Do students in more popular majors make more money?

```
recent_grads.plot(x='Sample_size', y='Median', kind = 'scatter')
recent_grads.plot(x='Sample_size', y='Unemployment_rate', kind = 'scatter')
recent_grads.plot(x='Full_time', y='Median', kind = 'scatter')
recent_grads.plot(x='ShareWomen', y='Unemployment_rate', kind = 'scatter')
recent_grads.plot(x='Men', y='Median', kind = 'scatter')
recent_grads.plot(x='Women', y='Median', kind = 'scatter')
```

I read:

In any data set, **the dependent or Y-variable is the one whose value depends on or is affected by the value of the independent variable**

I would have thought major category(independent variable) be on x-axis and then median(median salary - dependent variable - be on y) but I do not see that on what was asked to be plotted and then the question to be answered.

Please advise?