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b. About how many more people commute 41–50 miles than drive 61–70 miles? 41 – 50 miles = 90 people 61 – 70 miles = 76 people Difference = 90 people – 76 people = 14 people 14 more people commute 41-50 miles than drive 61-70 miles. c. About how many people commute more than 70 miles per day? 71 – 80 miles = 46 people 81 – 90 miles = 32 people 91 – 100 miles = 15 people Over 100 = 10 people Total = 103 people
CHART TWO Note: All data are hypothetical.
3. In the final part of the study, you compared the types of cars people own. Examine Chart 2 to answer the following questions. a. What percentage of drivers own compact cars? Sedan = 32% Coupe = 2% Convertible = 3% Station wagon – 19% Crossover = 8% Minivan = 9% SUV = 10% Pickup Truck =4% Other = 1% Total = 88% Owners of compact cars = 100% - 88% = 12% Owners of compact cars = 12% b. What is the second least popular type of car owned? Second least popular car is the coupe at 2% ownership. c. Which two kinds of cars, together, make up over 50% of all cars owned? All cars owned = 100% 50% of cars owned = 100% / 2 = 50 cars The sedan (32%) and the station wagon (19%) make up a percentage of 51% d. Together, the four least popular kinds of cars make up what percentage of all cars owned? Others = 1% Coupe = 2% Convertible = 3% Pickup Truck = 4% Total percentage = 1% + 2% + 3% + 4% = 10% Total percentage of the four least popular cars = 10%