Bunuel wrote:

If no car in 1993 was involved in more than four accidents, what is the minimum number of cars that could have been in accidents in 1993?

(A) 50 thousand

(B) 60 thousand

(C) 70 thousand

(D) 80 thousand

(E) 90 thousand

This prompt's lesson: look carefully at the legends.

The uselessness of the second graph should be apparent immediately from its legend "in millions."

Accidents are reported in "teen thousands." Division is necessary, and there are no fractional accidents.

1993 had 360,000 accidents. At four per car, minimum number of cars involved is 90,000.

Answer E

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