# PSSA Grade 6 Math - Topic: Statistics and Probability

## QuizÂ by PSSA Grade 6 Math

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20 questions
• Q1
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M06.D-S.1.1
• Q2
Ten students went to a carnival. The number of times each student rode the carnival roller coaster is shown in the line plot below. Which box-and-whisker plot represents the distribution of the number of roller coaster rides by the students?
60s
M06.D-S.1.1.1
• Q3
60s
M06.D-S.1.1.2
• Q4
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M06.D-S.1.1.3
• Q5
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M06.D-S.1.1.4
• Q6
60s
M06.D-S.1.1
• Q7
60s
M06.D-S.1.1
• Q8
A data set contains eight numbers. Only four of the numbers are known. When the eight numbers are ordered from LEAST to GREATEST, the unknown numbers can be placed into the blanks of the ordered list shown below. Which box-and-whisker plot could represent the data set?
60s
M06.D-S.1.1
• Q9
Yvonne and her family went on a 10-day fishing trip. The data set below shows the number of fish they caught each day. Which box-and-whisker plot represents the number of fish Yvonne and her family caught on their fishing trip?
60s
M06.D-S.1.1.1
• Q10
Malik interviewed 20 people who each have just one sibling. He asked them what the difference in age, in years, is between them and their siblings. The line plot below shows Malik's data. Malik removes the point representing the 10-year age difference from his data. Which measure changes the LEAST in value when this point is removed from Malik's data?
mean
median
mode
range
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M06.D-S.1.1.1
• Q11
The heights, rounded to the nearest foot, of the trees in a park are listed below. What is the MEDIAN of the tree heights?
44 feet
39 feet
33 feet
34 feet
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M06.D-S.1.1.2
• Q12
Enrique and his classmates recorded the distances, in miles, they each traveled for spring break. Their data is shown in the box-and-whisker plot below. Which statement MUST be true?
The mean distance traveled is 200 miles.
The median distance traveled is 200 miles.
The median distance traveled is 80 miles.
The mean distance traveled is 80 miles.
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M06.D-S.1.1.2
• Q13
The bar graph below shows how many questions various percentages of students in a class answered correctly on a recent 10-question quiz. Which statement BEST describes the data displayed in the bar graph?
The number of quiz questions answered correctly is clustered around 7 out of 10.
Most of the students answered approximately 35% of the quiz questions correctly.
Half the class answered from 0 to 5 of the 10 questions correctly.
The percentage of students increases as the number of questions answered correctly increases.
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M06.D-S.1.1.3
• Q14
The histogram below represents the weights, rounded to the nearest pound, of several orders of dog food. Which statement BEST describes the weights of the orders represented in the histogram?
The orders are symmetrical about 8 pounds.
The orders cluster near 20 pounds.
There is a peak in the orders from 6 to 10 pounds.
There is a gap in the orders from 11 to 15 pounds.
60s
M06.D-S.1.1.3
• Q15
Franco asked his soccer team how many glasses of milk and how many glasses of water each player drinks per day. The line plots below show his data. Which statement correctly describes the number of glasses of milk and the number of glasses of water each player drinks per day?
The median number of glasses of milk the players drink is greater than the mean number of glasses of milk the players drink.
The mean would be a better measure of center than the median for the number of glasses of milk the players drink.
There is less variability in the number of glasses of milk the players drink than the number of glasses of water they drink.
The range for the number of glasses of milk and the range for the number of glasses of water the players drink are the same.
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M06.D-S.1.1

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