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Is the answer Thursday?

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- mathmath333

it shoukd be friday

- Daniellelovee

why?

- mathmath333

|dw:1444507124630:dw|

- Daniellelovee

that doesnt really explain because the ratio I got for friday was 0.47

- mathmate

@Daniellelovee
Exactly.
The required ratio is Import/export, so try another day where the mauve/violet is greatest.

- Daniellelovee

so is it thursday then?

- mathmate

I don't know the ratio, but I know it's more than two, and the other ones are less than two or around 2, so yes.

- mathmath333

oh sry it should be thursday , i read vice versa

- mathmate

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Is everything else ok for you?

- Daniellelovee

yes thank you very much :)

- Daniellelovee

but I have one more question if you dont mind checking

- mathmate

You're welcome!
Go ahead!

- Daniellelovee

ok it says that a legislative body wants to show its breakdown by political party.

- Daniellelovee

and it asks me if I should use a bar graph or a circle graph

- Daniellelovee

I think circle

- mathmate

Whoever wrote "think circle" has a point.
When there is a total and you'd like to visualize the percentages, circle graph (or pie-chart) is appropriate.
I like pie-chart more than circle graph because pies are more delicious!

- Daniellelovee

lol it was me I just deleted it because I forgot to put the "I" in front of the sentence

- Daniellelovee

and thank you so much for your help :)

- mathmate

No problem! :)

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