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Hi can someone help me answer this question and explain how they reached that answer? Thank uuu
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Here’s the question
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Here’s the question
Well, the vertical columns represent a total of 100% of sperm from each rat. So if it all should equal 100% for the middle vertical column then the answer is (100) - (83.2+2.7+1) = 13.1
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Well, the vertical columns represent a total of 100% of sperm from each rat. So if it all should equal 100% for the middle vertical column then the answer is (100) - (83.2+2.7+1) = 13.1
That makes sense I think I was overthinking it. Thanks so much
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