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CCSS SMP3
Ryan scooped some small plastic animals out of a tub, sorted them, and placed the ani
mals to make a graph that looked like the following:
1.
Crocodiles
Gorillas
Giraffes
Zebras
What might be a problem with Ryan's graph?
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CCSS SMP3 Ryan scooped some small plastic animals out of a tub, sorted them, and placed the ani mals to make a graph that looked like the following: 1. Crocodiles Gorillas Giraffes Zebras What might be a problem with Ryan's graph?

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