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Question 1 of 16
1. Question
The mode is _______.
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Question 2 of 16
2. Question
The mode in the following data set is 1, 2, 4, 4, 4, 5, 5, 6, 7, 8
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Question 3 of 16
3. Question
Observe the distribution table below, then answer the questions. Type your answer in the space provided.

a) How many friends were interviewed? friends
b) What is the modal shoe size?
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Question 4 of 16
4. Question
Complete the tally table below.

Coins Frequency Amount Values 5¢ 80¢ 10¢ 18 ¢ 25¢ 20 ¢ 50¢ 6 ¢ 100¢  300¢ Total ¢ =$
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Question 5 of 16
5. Question

Answer = toys
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Question 6 of 16
6. Question

How much is one stack of ?
Answer= ¢
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Question 7 of 16
7. Question
James bought 16 fruits. Represent in tally form the amount of fruits he bought. Select one answer.
A)
B)
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d)
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Question 8 of 16
8. Question
Calculate the mean for the numbers below.
1 2 2 2 4 6 6 7 8 8 8 9

Answer =
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Question 9 of 16
9. Question
Which of the following weeks did Jan spent 30% of her savings.
Week Spending 1 87 2 88 3 150 4 175 Total 500 CorrectIncorrect 
Question 10 of 16
10. Question
Jan save 105 dollars every week for 4 weeks. What is the amount of money she saved on week 4?
Savings Amount Week 1 $20 Week 2 $25 Week 3 $20 Week 4 $x CorrectIncorrect 
Question 11 of 16
11. Question
The table below shows Jack’s end of the term exam results.
Subject Mean Math 85 Language Arts 82 Science 81 Art and Craft 65 Vocabulary 87 Spelling 92 Social Studies 79 
Calculate the mean.
What is the median grade.
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Question 12 of 16
12. Question
The table below shows the amount of lemonades Sheila sold for one week.
Day glasses 1 24 2 34 3 25 4 X 5 20 6 24 
If the mean is 24, calculate the number of lemonade sold.
What is the modal sale of lemonade?
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Question 13 of 16
13. Question

How much did April contributed?
What is the modal contribution?
How much did Sara and Joe contributed?
What is the mean contribution?
Who contributed the least?
Who contributed the most?
If Sara contributed 90 dollars, what percent did Joe contributed?
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Question 14 of 16
14. Question
The graph below shows bar graphs for two boys and their performance in the following subject quizzes. The boys both achieved an overall 50 marks when their scores were calculated. Select the statement below that are accurate according to the graph.
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Question 15 of 16
15. Question

How many students are more than 1.6 metres tall? students
What is the probability that a students is selected from the class that is 1.8 metres tall?
Answer = ^{ }⁄_{ }
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Question 16 of 16
16. Question
Brent walks 63 dogs per week, Brian walks 74 dogs per week, and Trent walks 85 dogs per week. List from least to greatest the order of persons who walked dogs per week. Which could help you solve this question?
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