Statistics
posted by Kathryn .
suppose 60 people are asked which method is best to avoid getting the flu. the results are shown in the table below. determine the percentage for each method and complete the table. round to the nearest whole number.
Method Frequency %
Flu shot 15
washing hands 36
taking vitamins 7
eating healthy foods 2

Ir's a total of 60%. (I wonder how the others voted.)
0.6 * 60 = 36 
If a pie chart was created using the data from the table above, which selection of the chart would be the largest? the smallest? indicate the relative frequency amount as a decimal for both

The largest section would be the 40% that's not accounted for in the above statistics.
The smallest would be 2%.
Divide the percentages by 100 to get the decimal equivalents.
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