histogram.png - The histogram below represents the number of times students claim to check Facebook during a typical 50 minute lecture(6 per time 0 5

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Unformatted text preview: The histogram below represents the number of times students claim to check Facebook during a typical 50 minute lecture. (6) % per time 0 5 1015 20 253035404550 Numberoftimes . Calculate the percentage of students who check Facebook between 0-5 times. 30 % PreVious Tries . Calculate the percentage of students who check Facebook between 5-10 times 25% ‘ Previous Tries l l l | . The block for students who check Facebook between 10-20 times is missing. Use the available information to calculate the height of that missing block. (Hint: The width is 10. Do we know what the Area should be?) |N ...
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