The graph does not include all items donated to the good pantry.
Each symbol is worth a different amount.
Each symbol is a different picture
The age intervals are too broad.
The title of the graph is misleading.
The intervals on the vertical scale are not uniform.
The bar lengths do not correctly reflect the data.
The intervals are not uniform on the y-axis.
The data set is too small.
The intervals on the y-axis make the increase in sales appear significant.
The data should be displayed as a circle graph rather than a line graph.
More than half of each order should be orange T-shirts.
More than half of each order should be purple T-shirts and orange T-shirts.
Only purple T-shirts and orange T-shirts should be ordered.
About a third of the order should be green T-shirts and yellow T-shirts.
The first-place team was twice as fast as the fourth-place team.
The fastest time for the 200-meter relay is 7 meters per second.
The first-place and second-place teams were closest in time to one another.
Every runner on the first-place team ran faster than the runners on the second-place team.
A. About 17% of the students surveyed prefer vanilla ice cream.
B. About two-fifths of the students surveyed prefer either chocolate or strawberry ice cream.
C. If Mrs. Dulock surveyed all of her classes (120 students), you would expect about 32 students to say that they prefer chocolate chip ice cream.
D. About 30% of the students surveyed prefer chocolate chip ice cream.
There is no x- or y-axis.
The countries should be in alphabetical order.
It does not include the medal count from the winter Olympics.
Each medal on the picture graph does not represent the same amount of medals won.
Two students made a grade of 82.
If 70 above is considered passing, the number of grades below passing is less than the number of grades above passing.
There were more grades in the 90s than there were grades in the 80s.
The total number of grades in the 70s and 80s combined is the same as the number of grades in the 90s.