The boxplot below shows salaries for Construction workers and Teachers. Construction Teacher 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 55 60 Salary (thousands of $) If a person is making the minimum salary for a construction worker, they are making more than what percentage of Teachers? They are making more than % of Teachers. D Video Question Help: Message instructor Submit Question

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The boxplot below shows salaries for Construction workers and Teachers.
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Salary (thousands of $)
If a person is making the minimum salary for a construction worker, they are making more than what
percentage of Teachers?
They are making more than
% of Teachers.
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