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8-24.

A school survey showed that $153$ students owned $π$-Pods, $53$ students owned $π$-Phones, $17$ students owned both, and $246$ students owned neither.

1. What is the ratio of $π$-Pod owners to π-Phone owners?

$153$ students own $π$-Pods and $53$ students own $π$-Phones.
How do you write this as a ratio?

$153:53$

2. What is the ratio of $π$-Phone owners to those that have neither a $π$-Phone nor a $π$-Pod?

See part (a).

3. What would be the best way to display this data? Review Section 1.1 for the types of data displays you have learned about in this course.

The data is categorical and there is no order to it.

Which display of data shows overlap?