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The above pie chart (where each dotted slice represents a fixed number of pies) shows the number of desserts that are sold in a diner. If \( 12 \) pies were sold, how many apple pies were sold?

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The above pie chart (where each dotted slice represents the same number of desserts) shows the distribution of desserts that are sold in a diner. If \( 26 \) blueberry pies were sold, how many chocolate cakes were sold?

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At a country fair, \( \frac{1}{4} \) of the attendees were children. How many people attended the fair?

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The above pie chart shows the distribution of the number of floors in homes of a certain city. What is the mode of this distribution?

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The above pie chart represents the distribution of socks that are in a drawer. What other color has an equal number of socks as blue?

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