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A U.S. Census Bureau report found that 51.0% of homes had a personal computer and 41.5% had access to the Internet. A newspaper concluded that 92.5% of homes had either a computer or access to the Internet. Are they correct? Will reward 'best response"

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    I'm leaning to no since 51 percent had a computer but only 41.5 percent had access to the internet so, I think it should be 83% have access to a computer or access to the internet

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