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By Tjkim | Last updated: Oct 27, 2021
| Total Attempts: 1900
Data Interpretation is the process of making sense out of a collection of data that has been processed. There are different graphs one can use to input data and then interpret it. We covered pictographs and bar graphs in algebra class. Test out your interpretation prowess using the quiz below.
Questions and Answers
How many students' favorite sport is football?
How many students' favorite sport is soccer?
How many more students like golf than baseball?
Which price per bushel had the highest quantity demanded?
How many more people like romance than drama?
What is the most preferred after-school activity?
Click on the two after-school activities that are almost equally the students' favorite.
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Which fruit had the most votes?
Which two fruits had the same number of votes?
What is the title of this bar graph?
Which food had the highest percentage of sugar?
What percentage of sugar is in soda?
What is the difference in percentage of sugar between ice cream and crackers?
Which snack was most preferred?
Which snack was preferrd by 2 students?
How many students preferred chicken nuggets?
How many more students like purple than green?
How many more visitors were there in March than January?
How many fish were caught on Saturday?
Which months had the same number of ice cream sales?
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