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# Will surveyed students at his school about whether they have ever gone snowboarding and whether they own a skateboard. he found that 35 of the 99 students who own a skateboard have snowboarded. also, there were 13 students who have snowboarded but do not own a skateboard, and 147 students who have never gone snowboarding and do not own a skateboard. which two-way table correctly displays this data? 36

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Given a data on the relationship between the number of students that have ever gone snowboarding and the number of students that own a skateboard.

Given from the survey that 35 of the 99 students who own a skateboard have snowboarded and there were 13 students who have snowboarded but do not own a skateboard, and 147 students who have never gone snowboarding and do not own a skateboard.

We represent the above information in a two way frequency table.

Have Snowboarded         Never Snawboarded          Total
Skateboard                          35                                     64                          99

No Skateboard                    13                                     147                        160

Total                                     48                                     211                        259

Therefore, the third graph is the correct answer.

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Mathematics

third graph

Step-by-step explanation:

We represent the above information in a two way frequency table.

Have Snowboarded         Never Snawboarded          Total

Skateboard                          35                                     64                          99

No Skateboard                    13                                     147                        160

Total                                     48                                     211                        259

Therefore, the third graph is the correct answer.

Mathematics

third graph

Step-by-step explanation:

We represent the above information in a two way frequency table.

Have Snowboarded         Never Snawboarded          Total

Skateboard                          35                                     64                          99

No Skateboard                    13                                     147                        160

Total                                     48                                     211                        259

Therefore, the third graph is the correct answer.

Mathematics
Given a data on the relationship between the number of students that have ever gone snowboarding and the number of students that own a skateboard.

Given from the survey that 35 of the 99 students who own a skateboard have snowboarded and there were 13 students who have snowboarded but do not own a skateboard, and 147 students who have never gone snowboarding and do not own a skateboard.

We represent the above information in a two way frequency table.

Have Snowboarded         Never Snawboarded          Total
Skateboard                          35                                     64                          99

No Skateboard                    13                                     147                        160

Total                                     48                                     211                        259
Mathematics

SI=(P*R*T)/100

P=2000

R=1.5

T=6

SI=(2000*1.5*6)/100

=(2000*9)/100

=180

Neil will earn interest of 180

Mathematics

Cost of 7 gallons=$24.50 Cost of 1 gallon=24.50/7=3.5 Cost of 15 gallons=15*3.5=52.5 Cost of 15 gallons will be$52.5

Mathematics

For every 8 cars there are 7 trucks

Therefore,

Cars:Truck=8:7

Mathematics

The solution is in the following image Mathematics

y=2x+15

where y=Value of coin

x=Age in years

Value of coin after 19 years=2*19+15

=$53 Therefore, Value after 19 years=$53

Mathematics

F=ma

where F=force

m=mass

a=acceleration

Here,

F=4300

a=3.3m/s2

m=F/a

=4300/3.3

=1303.03kg

Approximately it is aqual to 1300kg

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