1. What is the frequency represented by the tally marks shown below? A. 17 B. 32 C. 15 D. 4 Hint 2. Drama club members were asked whether they preferred musicals (M), comedies (C), dramas (D), or Shakespeare plays (S). The results are shown at the right. Which did the greatest number of students prefer? A. Shakespeare plays B. musicals C. comedies D. dramas Hint 3. Use the circle graph below that shows what kids aged 8 to 18 would bring to a desert island. What percent of kids chose either TV or video games? A. 100% B. 13% C. 50% D. 30% Hint 4. The line graph shows the time it takes Kyle to climb the steps in the Statue of Liberty. Predict the total time it will take him to climb 354 steps to the top of the statue, if his rate remains approximately the same. A. 16 min B. 10 min C. 20 min D. 12 min Hint 5. The stem-and-leaf plot below shows the scores on a math test. What could you conclude from this information? A. There were more scores in the 70s than in the 80s. B. Most of the scores were below 89. C. Less than half the students scored above 90. D. Most of the scores fell between 90-99. Hint 6. Is the graph below misleading? A. no B. Yes, because there are no labels on either scale. C. cannot tell from the graph D. Yes, because bar graphs are usually misleading. Hint 7. For the circle graph below, what percent of Mr. Brown's students preferred either summer or spring? A. 44% B. 62% C. 18% D. 38% Hint 8. Minya has started a summer reading program for herself, to improve her reading speed. After reading 1,000 pages, she begins to graph her progress. Predict Minya's reading speed after reading 5,000 pages of various books. A. 200 words per minutes B. 400 words per minute C. 300 words per minute D. 100 words per minute Hint 9. Refer to the stem-and-leaf plot below. Choose the statement that is false. A. There are 17 numbers in the stem-and-leaf plot. B. There are no numbers in the interval 50-59. C. The greatest number in the data is 72. D. The least number in the data is 39. Hint 10. Which number(s) describe(s) the average number in a set of data? A. median B. neither C. mean D. both mean and median Hint 11. Find the median for the data set 2, 3, 5, 7, 9, 10, 12, 15. A. 7 B. 9 C. 10 D. 8 Hint 12. Is the graph of U.S. unemployment misleading? A. Yes, the graph has no title. B. Yes, the years are not labeled. C. Yes, the unemployment rate is not labeled. D. No. Hint 13. Which vertical bar graph represents the information given in the table? A. B. C. D. Hint 14. The table shows the cost of a gallon of gasoline at a local gasoline station. Which line graph correctly displays the data given in the table? A. B. C. D. Hint 15. What is the mean of the data shown without the outlier? A. \$113 B. \$120 C. \$102 D. \$99 Hint 16. Which statements best describes how the outlier affects the mean of the data set shown? A. The outlier causes the mean to be much greater in value than the other values in the data set. B. The outlier causes the mean to be slightly greater in value than the other values in the data set. C. The outlier does not affect the mean of the data. D. The outlier causes the mean to be much less in value than the other values in the data set. Hint