Week Two -interpreting Graphs

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• 1.

Using the graph , please tell me who got the lowest score on test 1?

• A.

Jerry

• B.

Alisha

• C.

• D.

Mary

A. Jerry
Explanation
Based on the information provided, Jerry got the lowest score on test 1.

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• 2.

Using the graph, who got the highest grade on test 5?

• A.

Jerry

• B.

Mary

• C.

Alisha

• D.

C. Alisha
Explanation
Based on the graph, Alisha received the highest grade on test 5 as her score is the highest among Jerry, Mary, and Madison.

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• 3.

If you were the teacher of these students, do you see any one who seems to need help?  If so, who is that student?

• A.

• B.

Alisha

• C.

Jerry

• D.

Mary

C. Jerry
Explanation
Based on the given information, it is not possible to determine if any of the students need help. The question only provides a list of names without any additional context or information about the students' abilities or behaviors. Therefore, an explanation for why Jerry needs help cannot be provided.

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• 4.

• A.

90

• B.

75

• C.

50

• D.

63

A. 90
Explanation
Among the given scores, the highest score is 90. Therefore, the maximum score Ellen received is 90.

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• 5.

What is the range of Ellen's scores?

• A.

50

• B.

24

• C.

39

• D.

60

D. 60
Explanation
The range of Ellen's scores is the difference between the highest and lowest score. In this case, the highest score is 60 and the lowest score is not given. Therefore, the range cannot be determined with the given information.

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• 6.

Using this data, please calculate the mean for Ellen's tests. Ellen's scores were as follows: 50, 70, 90, 30 and 70

62
Explanation
To calculate the mean, we need to add up all the scores and then divide by the total number of scores. In this case, Ellen's scores are 50, 70, 90, 30, and 70. Adding them up gives us 310. Since there are 5 scores, we divide 310 by 5 to get the mean, which is 62.

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• 7.

When looking at this graph, did Jerry and Alisha get nearly the same scores on any tests?  Which ones?

• A.

Tests 1 and 2

• B.

Tests 2 and 3

• C.

Tests 3 and 4

• D.

Tests 4 and 5