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Re: ­The graph above gives the marks three students, Amit, Brian and Cindy [#permalink]
­The graph above gives the marks three students, Amit, Brian and Cindy, of Cairn High School received in four different subjects that are given on the x-axis. The graph also gives the highest marks, represented by yellow line, that were scored by any student in the class. 


Step 1: Read the graph, restate what information it’s trying to present:


The graph shows 3 students’ scores across 4 different classes. The yellow line is the highest possible score within that class.

Step 2: Read the question
The lowest marks in any subject as a percentage of highest marks in that subject were received by 

> We see that the top score in every subject is a 100%. That means that the lowest mark is Amit’s (orange) English score - 30%

First dropdown should be “Amit”

who scored approximately ______ percent of marks received by Brian in that subject.­

> ok Brian scored ~62%.

So Amit’s score is roughly 50% of Brian’s score.
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Re: ­The graph above gives the marks three students, Amit, Brian and Cindy [#permalink]
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