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# TehObeseWhale

Member Since 07 May 2013
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07 May 2013 - 02:05 PM

Hello users of brainden, I got to know this site from one of my friends said that you guys helped him solve a problem he was stuck on. Well, there is this one problem I have been trying to solve for hours right now, and I can't seem to get the answer to it. Would you mind helping?

The grouped frequency table shows the amount (\$A) spent on travel by a number of students. A student drew a histogram to represent this data. The area of the rectangle representing the 0<A≤10 group was equal to the sum of the areas of the other two rectangles.
Explain why m + n = 15.

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