Csap Quiz #4

10 Questions | Total Attempts: 136

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Choose the best answer for the following questions.

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• 1.
Autum's weekly salary from 1994 to 2001 is shown on the graph below. Using this information predict what Autum's salary will be in 2004
• A.

\$850

• B.

\$775

• C.

\$750

• D.

\$1000

• 2.
There are 360 tickets available for the 8th-grade dance. The class sold 95% of the tickets in advance. How many tickets were NOT sold in advance?
• A.

18

• B.

34

• C.

180

• D.

342

• 3.
Aaron went to Pueblo Mall to buy a CD for his brother. The original price of the CD was \$15.95, but the store was offering a 15% discount. What was the cost of the CD after the discount?
• A.

\$13.56

• B.

\$14.45

• C.

\$15.80

• D.

\$18.34

• 4.
The graph below shows the rate of climb in a jet during a thirty second time period. At what second was the climb of the aircraft 40 kilometers?
• A.

5

• B.

2

• C.

3

• D.

4

• 5.
Eighth grade students were surveyed to determine how many hours in a day they spent on various activities. The results are in the circle graph. About how much time was spent on socializing and eating together?
• A.

4 hours

• B.

21 hours

• C.

6 hours

• D.

5 hours

• 6.
The graphs show the number of honor roll students for each grade at John Mall Jr/Sr High School. Which statement is true?
• A.

The scale on the second graph does NOT distort the length of the bars.

• B.

The graphs are identical.

• C.

The graphs use completely different data.

• D.

The second graph makes it look like the 7th graders had much more honor roll students than the other classes.

• 7.
Ms. Coney drew a box-and-whisker plot to represent the 8th grade students scores on a quiz. Natalie scored an 83 on her quiz. Describe how her score compares with those of her classmates.
• A.

• B.

• C.

• D.

There is simply NOT enough information to make a determination.

• 8.
Robbie drew a line of best fit on the scatter-plot below. What can he deduce after drawing a line of best fit.
• A.

The graph shows a positive correlation. (positive slope)

• B.

The graph shows a negative correlation. (negative slope)

• C.

The graph does not show any correlation (no slope)

• D.

There is simply not enough information to make any deduction from this graph.

• 9.
Suppose the probability of a Siamese cat having brown eyes is 1 in 20. If you have 160 Siamese cats how many are likely to have brown eyes?
• A.

4

• B.

8

• C.

16

• D.

20

• 10.
Sarah has a bag of marbles. Ten marbles are yellow and five marbles are blue. What is the probability of Sarah choosing a yellow marble, then a blue marble without replacement of the yellow marble?
• A.

2/3

• B.

2/9

• C.

5/21

• D.

1/3