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An online test of English spelling looked at how well people spelled difficult words. The bar graph to the right shows how many people per 100 spelled each word correctly. Number of People per 100 Spelling Various Words Correctly weird a. Estimate the number of people per 100 who spelled weird correctly. Round to the nearest 5. b. In a group consisting of 8718 randomly selected people, estimate how many more people can correctly spell cemetery accommodation weird than inoculate. harass supersede inoculate 80 100 Number of people (per 100) 20 40 60 a. The approximate number of people per 100 who spelled weird correctly is. (Type a whole number.) b. In a group consisting of 8718 randomly selected people, approximately (Type a whole number.) more people can correctly spell weird than inoculate.