1.   The table shows the number of hours students watch TV per week.

Find the mode and median of the set of data. Identify any outliers.

 Number of Hours per Week Watching TV Name Number Lon 18 Chris 17 Keisha 12 Jamal 4 Tarik 15

A. mode: none

median: 12

outlier: none

B. mode: none

median: 15

outlier: 4

C. mode: 18

median: 15

outlier: 4

D. mode: none

median: 15

outlier: none

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2.   Find the mode and median of the data on calories in juice drinks. Identify any outliers.

Calories in juice drinks: 180, 240, 150, 180, 195, 200, 150, 170, 150

A. mode: 150

median: 180

outlier: none

B. mode: 150

median: 180

outlier: 240

C. mode: 180

median: 180

outlier: none

D. mode: 150

median: 180

outlier: 150

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3.   A survey showed the number of books found in a backpack.

Find the mode and median of the set of data.

Survey of Number of Books in Backpack

 Student Sue Ricky Juan Marla Greg Jose Lena Number of Books 2 5 8 5 5 4 4

A. mode: 4

median: 5

B. mode: 8

median: 5

C. mode: 5

median: 5

D. mode: 2

median: 5

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4.   Maria surveyed her friends to find how many pets they own.

Find the mode and median of the set of data. Identify any outliers.

Number of Pets Owned: 1, 0, 2, 2, 5, 15, 4

A. mode: 2

median: 2

outlier: none

B. mode: 2

median: 0

outlier: none

C. mode: 2

median: 2

outlier: 15

D. mode: 2

median: 4

outlier: 15

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5.   Suppose the grades for a test were listed as A, A, A, A, A, A, A, A, A, B, B, B, B, B, B, B, C, C, C, C, C, C, C, C, D. What is the mode of the grades?
A. C B. A
C. B D. D
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