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Analyze Data and Graphs
Math

 Name _____________________________ Date ___________________
Graphs
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1.
 1 2 3 4 5 6

What is the greatest number of games won?

2.
 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

What is the average number of questions answered incorrectly?

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3.
This stem-and-leaf plot shows grades that students received on a math quiz.
Test Scores
 Stem Leaves 3 1 4 5 6 2  7  6 7 0  5 8 0  5  7  9  2  3 9 6  8  9  2  4  1 10 0

 a.  Is there an outlier? If there is, which score is it?
 b.  How many scores are there?
c.  List the top 3 scores.

Write the ordered pair for each point.
4.
 T _______

 D _______

 Q _______

 R _______

 A _______
5.
 G _______

 C _______

 M _______

 H _______

 Y _______

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6.
 Number of Seeds Planted

 a.  How many seeds were planted in all on Tuesday and Monday?
 b.  How many more seeds were planted on Friday than on Thursday?
c.  How many seeds were planted in all?

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7.
 Number of Books Owned

 a.  Jose received three books on his birthday. On the same day, Jose gave Taylor eight books. How many books does Jose have?
 b.  Which of the children own at least 62 books?
c.  If Taylor gave seven books to Abigail, how many books would Abigail have?

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8.
 Temperature at 12:00 pm

 a.  Between which two days was there the greatest increase in temperature?
 b.  What was the temperature at 12:00 pm on Wednesday?
c.  Between which two days did the temperature at 12:00 pm increase by 5 degrees?

Make a horizontal bar graph using the data in the table.
9.
 Number of pushups done in physical education class

Number of pushups done in physical education class
 Name Number Cameron 29 Rebecca 5 Michael 21 Connor 20 Sydney 22

 a.  How many more pushups did Cameron do than Michael?
 b.  How many pushups did Connor do?
c.  Who did the fewest pushups?

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10.
This stem-and-leaf plot shows how long it took each student in a class to complete their homework.
Minutes to Complete Homework
 Stem Leaves 3 2  2  4  2  2  2  2 4 5 6 9 7 8  6 8 4

 a.  What is the median of the high temperatures recorded?
 b.  What is the range of the data?
c.  What is the average of the high temperatures recorded?

Complete.
11.
 Money Spent on Sneakers

 a.  What is the median of the data?
 b.  How much did Michael and Emma spend altogether on their sneakers?
c.  What is the average amount spent on all 7 sneakers? Round your answer to the nearest cent.

Complete.
12.
 Picking Apples from Trees

 a.  What is the average number of apples picked? Round your answer to the nearest whole apple.
 b.  What is the range of the data?
c.  Mark took two-thirds of the apples picked from tree #1 to his family. How many apples did he take to his family?

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13.
Number of Cars in a Family
(% of families)

 A 4 cars  23% B 1 car  27% C 2 cars  12% D no cars  18% E 3 cars  20%

 a.  The number of families with 4 cars is about how many times the number of families with 3 cars?
b.  If 140 families were surveyed, how many fewer families have 2 cars than those that have 1 car?

Complete.
14.
 Numbers of words in a paragraph

 a.  What is the average number of words in the paragraph? Round your answer to the nearest whole number.
 b.  What is the median of the data?
c.  A third of the words in the paragraph began with a vowel. How many words began with a vowel?

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