Data Review

QuizÂ by Alyssa Hancock

Mathematics
Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS)

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12 questions
• Q1
Which of the following statements is TRUE?
There are twice as many yellow tiles as red tiles.
There are 10 more red than blue.
There are twice as many red tiles as yellow tiles.
There are more red tiles than blue and yellow tiles together.
300s
• Q2
Which of the following statements is FALSE?
40% of the people who like comedy are women.
100 people were surveyed.
Women like drama more than action and comedy combined.
Half as many men chose action than comedy.
300s
• Q3
Describe the shape of this dot plot.
Skewed Right
Skewed Middle
Skewed Left
Symmetric
300s
• Q4
Of the 40 6th graders surveyed, what percent chose Art as their elective?
6%
15%
40%
20%
300s
• Q5
Which statement is FALSE?
The spread of Ms. Jaimson's class is less than the spread of Zimmerman's class.
The shape of the dot plot for Mrs. Jaimson's Class skewed right while the shape of the dot plot for Mr. Zimmerman's Class is symmetric.
The center of Ms. Jaimson's class is greater than the center of Zimmerman's class.
25 students were surveyed from each class.
300s
• Q6
If there are 440 students in 6th grade, how many students should the school expect to choose theater as their elective?
220 students
200 students
20 students
11 students
300s
• Q7
The circle graph shows suggested portions of carbs, veggies, fruit, and protein in a balanced meal. In a 2000 calorie per day diet, how many more calories should people eat from veggies than carbs?
500 calories
700 calories
200 calories
1200 calories
300s
• Q8
The circle graph shows the percentages of different workouts in a fitness challenge. A student claimed that more people chose lifting weights, swimming, or walking combined than running. Is the student correct or incorrect and why?
The student is incorrect because each of the categories are less than running.
The student is correct because lifting weights, swimming, or walking is a greater percentage than running.
The student is incorrect because the amounts are the same.
The student is correct because 3 categories are greater than 1 category.
300s
• Q9
What is the IQR of this box plot?
1
2
3
5
300s
• Q10
What is the spread of this box plot?
3
5
4
2
300s
• Q11
Which of the following statements is TRUE about the box plots?