Intrigued by your question I boosted up my Tableau version 10.0 and executed described query with sales bins of 1000.
In the first Bin up-till $1000 there are 9519 entries (unique combinations Customer, Order ID, ProductName) on which 793 unique Customers are involved.
Actually all customers in the data set ordered an Orderamount (unique combinations Customer, Order ID, ProductName) <$1000
Please realize that a CountD is defined within a bin Sean Miller "ordered" within two bins $0 and $22.000
And "last but not least" the options 31000 and 43000 are not available in this dataset.
I realize is not a "answer" but confirms your initial findings...
Yup exactly. This was a confusing question in exam. Can you please share some more question that you remembered from exam at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please let me know which option you selected as per your understanding? Actually ia m also planning for exam so please help me
I think the histogram bins are inclusive of upper and lower values of bin size.. so the 0$ bin range is from 0-1000.. hence 1000 would be the answer.