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The following bar graph shows voting results of the colour preference of students. (a) How many students chose blue as their favorite color? (b) How many more students chose green than red? (c) How many more students voted for purple than red? (d) Do any two colors have the same number of votes? (e) How many students chose purple? (f) If three more students voted for green, how many votes would green have?
Asked by Topperlearning User | 13 Oct, 2014, 04:21: PM

(a) 30 students chose blue as their favorite color.

(b) Number of students who chose green color = 45

Number of students who chose red color = 25

Thus, 45 - 25 = 20 more students chose green color than red color.

(c) Number of students who voed for purple color = 60

Number of students who voted for red color = 25

Thus, 60 - 25 = 35 more students chose purple color than red color.

35

(d) No two colors have the same number of votes.

(e) 60 students chose purple color.

(f) There are 45 students who voted for green color. If three more students vote for it, then green color will have 45 + 3 = 48 votes.

Answered by | 13 Oct, 2014, 06:21: PM

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