1.   A group of students was asked whether they prefer vanilla, strawberry, or chocolate ice cream. A frequency table shows that 53 of the students surveyed prefer vanilla, 29 prefer strawberry, and 18 prefer chocolate. If they all responded, how many students were surveyed?
    A. 100 B. 82
    C. 47 D. 53

  2.   How many days in June had low temperatures that were below 65?
    A. 16 B. 13
    C. 20 D. 17

  3.   In a survey, 26 students said they walked to school, 39 said a family member drove them, 17 said they carpooled, and 112 said they rode a bus. How many tally marks would be in a frequency table displaying this information?
    A. 182 B. 82
    C. 194 D. 112

  4.   At your birthday party, you decided to vote on what to do first. Based on the results shown in the frequency table, which activity won?
    A. open presents B. play truth or dare
    C. play soccer D. watch a movie

  5.   Based on the data, how many of Alicia's friends are below five feet tall?
    A. 4 B. 6
    C. 7 D. 5