This graph plots some data of the number of student-organized events on campus in a particular calendar year. The metrics used on the X-axis is events per 100 students. This is plotted against the total student population of that university campus. There is a dashed line that runs from the origin (0,0) to the upper right of the graph corresponding to 35 student events and 24,000 students.
A) According to this chart, a university with more than 10 student-organized events per 100 students is --Select--less likelymore likely equally likely to have a student population of at least 12,000 people.
B) The school with the smallest student body was also the school with the fewest student-organized events per hundred students. --Select--True False Cannot Tell
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