## Fair Trade Coffee and Statistics - Worksheet

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A worksheet looking at fair trade coffee. Some of the info is out of date (I kept the same figures from a resource I found, but changed the years to make it more relevant). Pie Chart, Mean and Range Helpful to start with a discussion of what fair trade means.

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