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Read the graph to find the number of friends that ate more than 10 sundaes in a month.
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The graph shows the number of sundaes eaten by a group of friends in a month.
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The friends are Daniel, Madison, Olivia, and Benjamin.
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This axis is called the đť‘¦-axis.
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It shows the number of sundaes eaten.
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This graph has a key.
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If we see a picture of a sundae, itâ€™s worth three sundaes.
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One sundae is worth three.
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Two are worth six.
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And three are worth nine.
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Weâ€™re looking for the number of friends who ate more than 10 sundaes in a month.
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We know that three sundaes equals nine.
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So anything above nine could be more than 10.
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Daniel ate four sundaes.
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Four times three is 12.
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Madison ate six sundaes.
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And we know that each of these is worth three.
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Six times three is 18.
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So Madison ate 18 sundaes.
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There are four sundaes in Benjaminâ€™s column.
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And we know that each of these is worth three sundaes.
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Four threes are 12.
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Daniel, Madison, and Benjamin all ate more than 10 sundaes in a month.
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The number of friends that ate more than 10 sundaes in a month is three.