# Algebra

The chart below shows the average number of movies seen per person in selected countries.

A chart is shown with 2 columns.The first column is titled Country. The second column is titled Average number of movies a person sees in a year.
Row 1: Turkey space 0.5
Row 2: Japan space 1.2
Row 3: United Kingdom space 1.3
Row 4: Finland space 1.3
Row 5: Austria space 1.5
Row 6: Germany space 1.8
Row 7: Spain space 2.2
Row 8: Sweden space 2.2
Row 9: Denmark space 2.2
Row 10: Switzerland space 2.5
Row 11: France space 2.5
Row 12: Norway space 3.0
Row 14: United States space 4.5
Use equal intervals to make a frequency table for the average number of movies per person. You do not need to show tally marks.

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1. Cannot put table on these posts.

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2. 18) You can make a stem-and-leaf plot as frequency table for "The chart below shows the average number of movies seen per person in selected countries. "

0 / . 5
1 / . 2 , . 3 , .3 , . 5
2 / . 2 , . 2 , . 2
3 / 0 , 0
4 / .5

19.) Mr. Green teaches band, choir, and math. This year, he has 57 students that take at least one of his classes. He teaches band to 25 students. There are 9 students who have Mr. Green for math and nothing else. Use the Venn diagram below: How many students take exactly 2 classes with Mr. Green?

Answer: 26 students take exactly 2 classes check the work below.
25 - ( 7 + 3 + 11) Use order of operations or pemdas
25 - ( 21 ) = 4 ** students who take both Band and Choir

Add 11 + 7 + 3 + 4 + 17 + 9 = 51

Subtract 57 - 42 = 15***Students take Math and Choir

Add 15 + 4 + 7 , these are the sections in the Venn Diagram where two circles share the same space.

15 + 4 + 7 = 26 ***** ANSWER

26 students take exactly two classes.

20.) Another stem-and-leaf plot problem.
| Percentage of
Countries | Households with Color Television

9| 3
6| 9
9| 5
8| 8
9| 4
6| 4
9| 2
8| 8
1| 00
9| 1
9| 7

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3. Golden Girl u ur answers r wrong plz stop posting the same wrong answer evrywhere

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4. @everyone "GoldenGirl" is just posting the same answers everywhere under a different name. If you see this do not use these answers because I can personally tell you that they are wrong.

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6.   0 - 0.99                                       1

1 -  1.99                                        5

2 - 2.99                                       5

3 - 3.99                                       2

4 - 4.99                                       1

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7. oops i mean

numbers of movies per person frequency
0 - 0.99                                       1

1 -  1.99                                        5

2 - 2.99                                       5

3 - 3.99                                       2

4 - 4.99                                       1

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8. thanks mane

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9. Carmen is wrong they didn’t even give a good answer

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10. how boring

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12. So bout those answers... do they even work?

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13. Idk maybe

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