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Looks like you're missing most of the "following statements".
Which of the following statements best compares the height of the bars of the histogram? There are twice as many participants in the 60–79 age group than in the 0–19 age group. There are 3 times as many participants in the 40–59 age group than in the 0–19 age group. There are more participants in the 40–59 age group than in the 0–19 and 60–79 groups combined. There are more participants in the 60–79 age group than in the 0–19 and 20–39 groups combined.
Well do you know how to read histograms? Do you see how the first age range contains 20 participants, the second has 40, and so on?
Alright, so let's check the first statement. Are there twice as many people in the last age range than there are in the first range? Is \(2\times20=50\) true?
Right, so we can eliminate the first answer choice. For the second, is it true that \(3\times20=60\)?
There you have it. I'm assuming this is a multiple choice question with one answer. We're done.
thank you may you help w. a couple more ?
Sure. Feel free to post it as a new question in case I'm busy. You're welcome!