1. 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. 112 B. 82 C. 182 D. 194 Hint 2. A line graph _________________________. A. must have years labeled on the horizontal axis B. does not have line segments connecting the data points C. shows only increases in data D. is best used to show changes over time Hint 3. Which statement is true about the data in the table below. A. A circle graph could be used to display the data. B. A circle graph could not be used to display the data because there must be more than three parts. C. A line graph could be used to display the data. D. A circle graph could not be used to display the data because the percents do not add up to 100%. Hint 4. The circle graph shows how satisfied Americans are with the current steps that are being taken to protect the environment. This graph shows that most Americans ______. A. are not too satisfied B. have no opinion C. are somewhat satisfied D. are very satisfied Hint 5. You can use ___ to make predictions about future events by looking for patterns. A. intervals B. frequency tables C. circle graphs D. line graphs Hint 6. Determine the stems for the data set74, 35, 56, 57, 69, 71, 70, 77, 32, 50. A. 3, 4, 5, 7 B. 0, 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 7, 9 C. 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 D. 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 Hint 7. Is the graph below misleading? A. Yes, because there are no labels on either scale. B. Yes, because bar graphs are usually misleading. C. cannot tell from the graph D. no Hint 8. 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. A scale from 0 to 20 is appropriate for the data. B. An interval of 2 is appropriate for the data. C. An interval of 3 is appropriate for the data. D. A scale from 0 to 10 is appropriate for the data. Hint 9. The line graph below shows Onatah's growth in the last four years. What conclusion can not be made from the graph? A. Onatah has gotten taller every year she has been measured. B. Onatah was about 3'11'' in 1998. C. Onatah was shorter when measured in 2000 than when measured in 1999. D. Onatah was about 5'0'' in 2001. Hint 10. In a stem-and-leaf plot, ___. A. From top to bottom, the leaves are in decreasing order. B. From top to bottom, the stems are in decreasing order. C. From top to bottom, the stems are in increasing order. D. From top to bottom, the leaves are in increasing order. Hint 11. Mary Jo wants to find the average of her friend's weekly allowances. Use the table below, and find the mean weekly allowance. A. \$7.50 B. \$5 C. \$12.50 D. \$10 Hint 12. Which measure of central tendency would best represent the data set 60, 60, 62, 63, 65, 71, 73, 1060? A. mean B. range C. median D. mode Hint 13. The number of calendars a department store sold in a six-month period is shown in the graph. Which statement gives the best assumption about the calendar sales? A. Twice as many calendars were purchased in December than in October. B. Calendar sales decreased during the end of the year. C. The number of calendars sold remained the same throughout the year. D. Most calendars were sold towards the end of the year and the beginning of the new year. Hint 14. The number of points a basketball team scored in eight different games is listed in the table shown. Which of the following scores represents the mean score? A. 75 B. 70 C. 72 D. 73 Hint 15. What is the range of the data set 54, 120, 76, 68, 110, 95, 49? A. 91 B. 76 C. 71 D. 81 Hint 16. Identify the measure(s) that would NOT accurately describe the data shown in the table. A. median B. mean C. mode D. median and mean Hint