1.   Choose the best scale for a frequency table for the following set of data. 12, 19, 28, 12, 19, 3, 2, 7, 7, 9, 15, 3, 1, 26
    A. 0-30 B. 0-20
    C. 0-10 D. 10-20
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  2.   The table lists the number of at-bats and home runs for some of the greatest baseball players during their best home run seasons. Use the data to determine which statement is correct.
   
    A. A frequency table displaying the number of at-bats could use the same scale and interval as a frequency table displaying the number of home runs.
    B. An interval of 29 could be used for the home runs data because the difference between the greatest and least numbers is 29.
    C. A scale from 440 to 645 is appropriate for the at-bats data.
    D. A scale from 0 to 60 is appropriate for the home runs data.
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  3.   Determine the best scale in making a frequency table for this set of data.
   
    A. 0-10 B. 0-30
    C. 5-10 D. 0-5
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  4.   Determine the error in the frequency table displaying the data shown below.
   
    A. The intervals are not equal. B. The intervals are overlapping.
    C. All the numbers in the data set are not included in the scale. D. The frequencies do not equal the tallies.
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  5.   The table below lists the number of glasses of water that Nawkaw and his friends drink each day. Use the data to determine which statement is false.
   
    A. An interval of 2 is appropriate for the data. B. An interval of 3 is appropriate for the data.
    C. A scale from 0 to 10 is appropriate for the data. D. A scale from 0 to 20 is appropriate for the data.
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