Posted by **Deidre** on Friday, June 11, 2010 at 12:04pm.

The data in the table are the number and percent of

U.S. high school students scoring in specific ranges on

the Scholastic Assessment Test (SAT) in mathematics.

Use these data to answer the following questions.

a. Make a histograph and circle graph, showing

the percent of students in each of the scoring

intervals.

Score Number Percent

750–800 15,912 1

700–749 44,384 4

650–699 72,552 7

600–649 96,865 9

550–599 107,532 10

500–549 136,586 13

450–499 141,916 13

400–449 149,453 14

350–399 131,509 12

300–349 112,414 11

250–299 47,625 4

200–249 11,245 1

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