# Math

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The table shows the population of the larger U.S. cities.

A. Construct a bar graph of the data.

B. Describe how the population of San Diego changed from 1950 to 2000.

C. Which city had the greatest percent increase from 1950 to 2000?
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Population of Largest U.S.|
Cities (Millions) |
_________________________ |
City | 1950 |2000 |
_____________|______|____ |
New York, NY | 7.89 |8.01 |
Los Angel,CA | 1.97 |3.69 |
Chicago, IL | 3.62 |2.9 |
Houston, TX | 0.6 |1.95 |
Phoenix, AZ | 0.11 |1.32 |
San Diego,CA | 0.33 |1.22 |
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