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(50 student sample) Owns a Cell Phone Owns an MP3 Player 27 What do the values in this Venn Diagram represent? Only own a Cell Phone

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(50 student sample) Owns a Cell Phone Owns an MP3 Player 27 What do the values in this Venn Diagram represent? Own only an MP3 Player

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(50 student sample) Owns a Cell Phone Owns an MP3 Player 27 What do the values in this Venn Diagram represent? Own Both

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(50 student sample) Owns a Cell Phone Owns an MP3 Player =46 What do the values in this Venn Diagram represent? = 4 4 students have neither.

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Cell Phone No Cell Phone Total MP3 Player 276 No MP3 Player 13 Total Cell PhoneMP3 Player 50 students surveyed How can I use a Venn Diagram to create a two way table?

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The relationship between a Venn diagram and a two way table Cell Phone No Cell Phone Total MP3 Player =33 No MP3 Player 13 Total Cell PhoneMP3 Player 50 students surveyed

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The relationship between a Venn diagram and a two way table Cell Phone No Cell Phone Total MP3 Player No MP3 Player =17 Total Cell PhoneMP3 Player 50 students surveyed

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The relationship between a Venn diagram and a two way table Cell Phone No Cell Phone Total MP3 Player No MP3 Player =4 17 Total Cell PhoneMP3 Player 50 students surveyed

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The relationship between a Venn diagram and a two way table Cell Phone No Cell Phone Total MP3 Player No MP3 Player =4 17 Total Cell PhoneMP3 Player 50 students surveyed

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The relationship between a Venn diagram and a two way table Cell Phone No Cell Phone Total MP3 Player No MP3 Player Total 27+13= = Cell PhoneMP3 Player 50 students surveyed

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The relationship between a Venn diagram and a two way table Cell Phone No Cell Phone Total MP3 Player No MP3 Player Total Cell PhoneMP3 Player 50 students surveyed

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Let’s Review Guided Practice Rewrite this Venn diagram as a two way table. 19 Chores 40 students surveyed Allowance Chores No Chores Allowance No Allowance TOTAL

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Let’s Review Quick Quiz Rewrite this Venn diagram as a two way table. DogNo DogTotal Cat No Cat Total 10 Dog 80 students surveyed Cat

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Let’s Review Quick Quiz Rewrite this Venn diagram as a two way table. DogNo DogTotal Cat No Cat Total Dog 80 students surveyed Cat

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Emma has collected information about the cats and dogs that children in her class have as pets. There are 30 pupils. There are 4 possible responses: Has a cat and a dog. Has a cat but not a dog. Has a dog but not a cat. Does not have a cat or a dog. How do we translate information into a two way table?

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Has a dog Does not have a dog Total Has a cat 84 Does not have a cat 12 Total When Emma has entered some of her data, the table looks like this:. Emma has missed one box, but we know that there are 30 pupils in her class. How do we complete the table?

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Has a dog Does not have a dog Total Has a cat Does not have a cat Total (a) How many pupils do not have a cat or a dog? (b) How many pupils have a dog? (c) How many pupils have a cat? (d) How many children have at least one of these pets?

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Cell PhoneNo Cell PhoneTotal MP3 Player No MP3 Player Total A survey of 8 th graders at a middle school found that 73 students own a cell phone and 60 of those students also own an MP3 player. There are 7 students that do not own a cell phone, but own an MP3 player. Eight students do not own either device

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Let’s Review Guided Practice A survey was conducted to see if students get an allowance and if they have to do household chores. Of the 12 students that receive no allowance, 5 of them have no chores. There are 17 students who do chores and receive an allowance, while 6 students get an allowance without doing any chores. allowance No allowance choresNo chores TOTAL

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Let’s Review Quick Quiz 8 people have no dog. Of those 8, 2 have no cat either. There are 4 people with a cat and a dog, while 3 students have a dog and no cat. DogNo DogTotal Cat No Cat Total How many people were surveyed?

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Let’s Review Quick Quiz 8 people have no dog. Of those 8, 2 have no cat either. There are 4 people with a cat and a dog, while 3 students have a dog and no cat. DogNo DogTotal Cat 4610 No Cat 325 Total 7815 How many people were surveyed?

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