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The above histogram shows the height of trees (in feet) in a park. If there are 12 trees that have a height of \( 85 \) to \(90\) feet, how many trees are there in the park?

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The above histogram shows the test scores of students in a class. If 28 students scored from 40 to 60, how many students scored between 70 to 80?

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The above histogram shows the distance travelled (in miles) from home to work by the inhabitants of a certain town.

If 284 people travelled between 5 and 10 miles, how many people travelled between 20 and 30 miles?

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The above histogram shows the amount of weight gained by members of a gym in the month of January. If there are 208 members in the gym, how many of them lost weight in January?

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The above histogram shows the birth weight (in pounds) of new born babies at a hospital. A baby that is under 5 pounds is considered underweight, and a baby that is over 9 pounds is considered overweight.

What percentage of babies are neither overweight nor underweight?

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