The histogram below shows the  amount of time  visitors to a museum spent browsing an  exhibit on a Saturday.  There were 300 visitors that day.  The following histogram is of the data collected. a) How many visitors spent less than 25 minutes at the museum that day? b) What percent of visitors spent between 35 to 55minutes at the museum that day? c) Give two sentences to describe the overall shape of the distribution and in terms of the amount of time spent by the visitors. d) If 1% of visitors have spent more than 145 minutes in the museum, how many visitors would that be?

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The histogram below shows the  amount of time  visitors to a museum spent browsing an  exhibit on a Saturday.  There were

300 visitors that day. 

The following histogram is of the data collected.

a) How many visitors spent less than 25 minutes at the museum that day?

b) What percent of visitors spent between 35 to 55minutes at the museum that day?

c) Give two sentences to describe the overall shape of the distribution and in terms of the amount of time spent by the visitors.

d) If 1% of visitors have spent more than 145 minutes in the museum, how many visitors would that be?

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