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In 1955 the ratio of the number of televisions to the number of people

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In 1955, the ratio of the number of televisions to the number of people was approximately

A. 1 to 13
B. 1 to 23
C. 1 to 26
D. 1 to 50
E. 1 to 90

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In 1955 the ratio of the number of televisions to the number of people  [#permalink]

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In 1955, the ratio of the number of televisions to the number of people was approximately

A. 1 to 13
B. 1 to 23
C. 1 to 26
D. 1 to 50
E. 1 to 90

Attachment:
2018-01-25_1027.png

Use only the right side of the graph.

The right axis is "population per television."

Population = number of people (persons)
per television = for each television

In 1955, "population per television" is about 13. That means 13 people per 1 television.

The question asks for the opposite ratio, i.e., the number of televisions to the number of people.

That is
1 to 13


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