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The histogram below shows the number of hoagie sandwiches students in Carson's class sold for their fundraiser. Use the histogram to match each conclusion with its value. Round to the nearest whole number if necessary. 2 students from0-9 5 stu from 10-19 8 stu from20-29 3 stu from 30-39 4 stu from 40-49 Term 1. percent of the class that sold less than twenty hoagies 2. greatest number of hoagies that could have been sold by one student 3. total number of students in Carson's class 4. more than half of the students sold at least this number of hoagies Definition A)22 B)32 C)49 D)20

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    Please help me

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    thanks for coming

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    I dont know sorry

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    thanks anyway

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    at least you tryed you did more than many have done thanks really

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