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- anonymous

Yeah, thats right

- mathstudent55

No, it's not correct.

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- Howard-Wolowitz

oh

- mathstudent55

You need to be careful with the first answer.
What exactly does the graph show you about elementary education?

- Howard-Wolowitz

it shows its 30%

- anonymous

I see, haha whoops

- mathstudent55

The second question is correct.

- anonymous

Yeah, but you need the number not percentage

- anonymous

Would it be "not enough information to tell"?

- mathstudent55

Exactly.
The graph shows you percentage. The first question asks the number, not the percentage. Since you don't know the numbers of students in each category, or the total number of students, you don't have enough information to answer the first question.

- mathstudent55

Correct.

- anonymous

Thank you for checking up.

- Howard-Wolowitz

but I dont know the numbers

- Howard-Wolowitz

ok i see

- mathstudent55

That's why the answer to the first question is "not enough info..."
The second question is simply which major has the fewest number of students.
The smallest percentage will have the smallest number of students, no matter how many students there are (other than 0 or a similar number).

- mathstudent55

Great.

- Howard-Wolowitz

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