Q: In a survey of 43 college students it was found that 16 were taking an English class 17 were taking a math class and 10 were taking both English and math How many students were taking a math class?

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I would use a histogram.

students are taking more than one class

There are 41 - 9 = 32 doing only French 22 - 9 = 13 doing only German So number enrolled = 32 + 13 + 9 = 54 So number not enrolled on either = 78 - 54 = 24

150-80=70-20=50 80+50+20=150 150-80=70-20=50 80+50+20=150

Can't make a venn diagram on here but.. 23 take ONLY math 9 take ONLY humanities 14 take BOTH 46 take either math, humanities or both and 44 take neither math nor humanities

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I would use a histogram.

students are taking more than one class

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The last step is to explain the results of the survey

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