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# The following graph shows the number of people present at a certain shop at different times. Observe the graph and answer the following questions.

A) What type of a graph is this?

B) What information does the graph give?

C) What is the busiest time of day at the shop?

D) How many people enter the shop when it opens?

E) About how many people are there in the shop at 1:30 pm?

Answer :

A) The above graph is a line graph.

B) The above graph gives the information about the number of people present at a certain shop at different times.

C) From the given graph , we can see that , the busiest time of day at the shop is 1pm ie. 25 people visited the shop.

D) From the given graph , we can see that , 5 people enter the shop when it opens(at 10am).

E) From the given graph , we can see that , 20 are there in the shop at 1:30 pm.

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