anonymous
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Elizabeth asked 40 students at her school to name the first kind of pet they ever had. She made the circle graph below to display the responses How many more students owned dogs than owned cats as their first pets?
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Spring98
  • Spring98
where is the graph?
anonymous
  • anonymous
I know the answer it is 3 I just need an explanation on why it is 3
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Can you plz post the link to the graph?
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Mehek14
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no one can help without the picture of the graph
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no pets 10 % dogs 30% cats 22.5% fish 15% lizard 5% other 17.5%
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We need a screenshot of the graph.
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I need help on my math anyone?
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So we know the total is 40 students. Each section of the pie graph is in percentage format, so it's as if they're in decimals
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It's like conversion

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