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9. How many high school students contributed to the study? (1 point) 100 ** my answer 1,000 3,800 There is not enough information to tell.

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Other than the pie chart did it say any of the values for the pie chart
you uploaded wrong chart but all you do is add

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no, you can not just add, as their could be either 100 or 1000 and without knowing any of the values, you can not figure out how many high schoolers were part of the study
I added them all up and got 100. but I also thought it was D.
That is what I am saying. When we are given the right values we just add....
without any other information the answer would be D also I understand what your saying now Bus, sorry
@kalenm its all good! @xxImHisGirlxx please upload the correct pie chart this one is from the last ?
It's all for that same pie chart.
The the answer would be D, as long as their is no data that you found in a different problem
Oh, ok. I see. More of a percent to number problem

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