1.   Use the data presented below. The highlighted values are called ________
    A. stems. B. plots.
    C. backs. D. leaves.

  2.   Determine the interquartile range for the set of data.
    A. 10 B. 8.5
    C. 9 D. 1.5

  3.   Is the graph below misleading? Why or why not?
    A. No; The graph is easy to read. B. No; Every store has a price listed.
    C. Yes; The vertical axis is not uniform and does not include zero. D. Yes; The information is presented in a bar graph.

  4.   If you choose 1 scoop of ice cream from 12 flavors and any 1 topping from a choice of 8, how many different ice-cream sundaes can you make?
    A. 192 B. 58
    C. 96 D. 20

  5.   How many ways can 5 CDs be selected from a stack of 12 different CDs?
    A. 17,280 B. 1440
    C. 792 D. 95,040

  6.   Suppose there are 8 runners in a race. How many ways can awards for 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th places be presented?
    A. 70 B. 1680
    C. 40,320 D. 24

  7.   Using a standard deck of 52 playing cards, one card is randomly picked. What are the odds that the card is a diamond or a 5?
    A. 9:13 B. 9:4
    C. 4:9 D. 4:13

  8.   Two number cubes are rolled twice. What is the probability of rolling a sum of at least 6 then rolling doubles?
    A. B.
    C. D.

  9.   The stem-and-leaf plot lists the heights of 37 children. What is the median height?
    A. 129 cm B. 125 cm
    C. 138 cm D. 126 cm

  10.   Find the range of
{10, 14, 2, 2, 13, 3, 6, 16, 19, 3}.
    A. 17 B. 13
    C. 10 D. 7

  11.   The box-and-whisker plot represents the test scores of 25 students. What is the lower quartile of the data?
    A. 65 B. 88.5
    C. 55 D. 79

  12.   The box-and-whisker plot represents the test scores of 25 students. What percent of the scores were between 88.5 and 65?
    A. 25% B. 50%
    C. 75% D. 100%

  13.   According to the histogram, which interval has the most births?
    A. April-June B. October-December
    C. January-March D. July-September

  14.   According to the histogram, which month has the least births?
    A. June B. October
    C. March D. August

  15.   Select the correct statement.
    A. Thursday's income tripled Wednesday's income. B. Thursday's income is down from Tuesday's income.
    C. Thursday's income is 5 times Monday's income. D. Thursday's income doubled Friday's income.

  16.   How many different outfits are possible from six shirts, four pairs of pants, and five pairs of socks?
    A. 60 B. 15
    C. 216 D. 120

  17.   Two number cubes are rolled, find the odds of a sum greater than nine.
    A. 1:6 B. 1:5
    C. 13:5 D. 1:8

  18.   When rolling a pair of number cubes, what is the probability of rolling (1, 1) two times in a row?
    A. B.
    C. D.

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