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    The table shows the total number of student applications to universities in a particular state over a period of 12 semesters. States base their decisions on data like this. Suppose they decide that if fewer than 200,000 students apply during 6 or more semesters, the state will make a special effort to promote university education. Using this data, what is the population proportion of semesters for which the number of student applications is less than 200,000?

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    Semester Student Applications (in thousands) 1 106 2 137 3 285 4 120 5 202 6 195 7 327 8 139 9 307 10 318 11 212 12 217

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    will give medals and fan

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