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Re: The graphic displays results of an Internet survey on the effectivenes [#permalink]
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1)C, exercise can be found at the topmost corner of the graph and it seems to have the highest value in terms of P(the fraction of all respondents who tried the treatments) and F( the fraction of all respondents who considered a given treatment to be effective.)

2)B, caffeine is the answer as it can be found to be >0.5 on the horizontal axis(the fraction of all respondents who tried the treatments) but <0.2 on the vertical axis(the fraction of all respondents who considered a given treatment to be effective.)
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