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Make a circle graph that shows these results. A survey about favoritecolors reports that EXACTLY: 12% of those surveyed prefer red 14% of those surveyed prefer Orange 28% of those surveyed prefer purple 30% of those surveyed prefer Blue 16% of those surveyed prefer green What is the smallest number of people that could have taken the survey? Explain

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  1. anonymous
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    Just draw a pie graph that shows those results. You can use Excel to graph it if you have that, or a similar program. Smallest number of people that could have taken the survey is 50, since 2 is the highest common factor of all those percentages. 100/2 = 50

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