# Topic Review: Data Analysis

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Grade 4

Mathematics

Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS)

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- Q1The table shows the number of pets that each student in Mrs. Morris’s class owns. Which dot plot represents the data in the table?#texas/954c0ea5-1390-43f4-badd-a9e1b9b2e370/B.png#texas/954c0ea5-1390-43f4-badd-a9e1b9b2e370/A.png#texas/954c0ea5-1390-43f4-badd-a9e1b9b2e370/C.png#texas/954c0ea5-1390-43f4-badd-a9e1b9b2e370/D.png60s4.9.A: Data Analysis
- Q2Karnika recorded the number of minutes she practiced volleyball each week for several weeks. She used a stem and leaf plot to organize the data. Based on the data, what is the amount of time in minutes Karnika practiced volleyball?894 min597 min1,224 min594 min60s4.9.B: Data Analysis
- Q3The stem and leaf plot shows the scores given to the dogs at a dog show. Possible scores were between 0.1 and 5.0. What is the difference between the highest score and the lowest score shown in the stem and leaf plot?4.30.470.253.760s4.9.B: Data Analysis
- Q4Students pushed toy cars to see how far they would roll. The table shows the number of cars that rolled different distances. Which dot plot represents the data in the table?#texas/185c2b99-b3d9-438c-9c4f-6df422911acc/C.png#texas/185c2b99-b3d9-438c-9c4f-6df422911acc/D.png#texas/185c2b99-b3d9-438c-9c4f-6df422911acc/A.png#texas/185c2b99-b3d9-438c-9c4f-6df422911acc/B.png60s4.9.A: Data Analysis
- Q5The table shows the total numbers of runs different baseball teams scored in one season. Which stem and leaf plot displays these data?#texas/4c06a48b-f977-4066-b589-d2673dcf9cf0/B.png#texas/4c06a48b-f977-4066-b589-d2673dcf9cf0/A.png#texas/4c06a48b-f977-4066-b589-d2673dcf9cf0/C.png#texas/4c06a48b-f977-4066-b589-d2673dcf9cf0/D.png60s4.9.A: Data Analysis
- Q6The list shows the lengths of twelve strings in inches. 26, 30, 19, 21, 24, 26, 18, 31, 27, 21, 17, 29 . Which plot represents the data in the list?#texas/dca07612-9d53-47c5-94a4-209f1c9ac536/B.png#texas/dca07612-9d53-47c5-94a4-209f1c9ac536/D.png#texas/dca07612-9d53-47c5-94a4-209f1c9ac536/C.png#texas/dca07612-9d53-47c5-94a4-209f1c9ac536/A.png60s4.9.A: Data Analysis
- Q7The frequency table shows the favorite school lunches of some students. The table is missing the information for the number of students who chose a hamburger. The number of students who chose a hamburger is half the number of students who chose pizza. How many students chose a hamburger or chicken as their favorite school lunch? Be sure to use the correct place value.3148291660s4.9.B: Data Analysis
- Q8A candy store sells fudge by the pound. The dot plot shows the number of customers who bought different numbers of pounds of fudge on Saturday. Which frequency table represents the same data shown on the dot plot?#texas/a64573ad-9f41-4821-98f7-ca1b8a18b59a/C.png#texas/a64573ad-9f41-4821-98f7-ca1b8a18b59a/D.png#texas/a64573ad-9f41-4821-98f7-ca1b8a18b59a/A.png#texas/a64573ad-9f41-4821-98f7-ca1b8a18b59a/B.png60s4.9.A: Data Analysis