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suppose 3 students change their vote from math to science .describe how the frequency table would change

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What frequency table?

Math would decrease, while science would increase.

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supose 3 sudents changed their vote from math to science.describe how the frequency table would change.

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It would be 8 for science.

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Suppose 3 students change thier vote from
Math to science. Describe how the
Frequency table would change

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