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  • one year ago

The table below shows the number of students in a school who like tacos and/or pizza: What is the relative frequency, by row, of students who like both tacos and pizza?

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    |dw:1438956492117:dw|

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    Ok first of all, this is bs... everyone likes tacos and pizza -_- but ummm

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    If they like pizza, they are somewhere in this row,|dw:1438957735222:dw|

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    If they like tacos, they are somewhere in this column,|dw:1438957747170:dw|

  11. zepdrix
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    Which means "likes pizza" and "likes tacos" must be this particular box, ya?|dw:1438957787316:dw|

  12. zepdrix
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    So I guess the relative frequency would be that amount... divided by the total number, ya?

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