    6.12.C Summarize numeric data with numerical summarise to describe distribution

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6.12.C: Measurement and Data

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• Q1
The list shows the number of licenses issued every year to lobster boats in Massachusetts for a five-year period. 551, 554, 529, 534, 530 What is the range of these data?
25
534
540
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• Q2
The dot plot shows the number of chess games won by each of the 20 students in a competition. Which statement about the data is true? The median is 4, and the interquartile range is 5.
The median is 5, and the interquartile range is 10.
The median is 4, and the interquartile range is 10.
The median is 5, and the interquartile range is 5.
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• Q3
The distance in miles that some students live from school is shown in the histogram. Which statement about the data in the histogram is true? The distribution of the data is asymmetrical, so the mean and the median are likely withinthe “2.1–3 mile” category.
The distribution of the data is symmetrical, so the mean and the median are likely outsidethe “2.1–3 mile” category.
The distribution of the data is asymmetrical, so the mean and the median are likelyoutside the “2.1–3 mile” category.
The distribution of the data is symmetrical, so the mean and the median are likely withinthe “2.1–3 mile” category.
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• Q4
The list shows the area in square feet of each apartment available for rent in a building. 565, 961, 867, 517, 627, 714, 517, 728 . What is the range of these areas in square feet? Be sure to use the correct place value
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