Section 9 Statistics Homework

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• Multiple Choice
2 minutes
1 pt

1. Correctly classify the examples listed as one of the following either (C) Categorical, (DQ) Discrete Quantitative, or (CQ) Continuous Quantitative. Select your answer.

i___ Distance that a golf ball was hit.

ii___ Size of shoe

iii___ Favorite ice cream

iv___ Favorite number

v___ Number of homework problems.

i. DQ ii. CQ iii. C iv. DQ v. CQ

i. CQ ii. CQ iii. C iv. DQ v. DQ

i. CQ ii. DQ iii. C iv. CQ v. DQ

i. DQ ii. C iii. C iv. DQ v. DQ

• Multiple Choice
1 minute
1 pt

1. Students in Ms. Multifry’s class were surveyed about the number of pets they have. Their responses were recorded below: 0,0,0,0,1,1,1,1,1,1,2,2,2,2,3,3,8.

What is the median, maximum, minimum?

Is there an outlier? If so, what is the outlier?

median: 1

maximum: 8

minimum: 0

outlier: Yes, 8

median: 2

maximum: 3

minimum: 0

outlier: Yes, 8

median: 2

maximum: 8

minimum: 0

outlier: No

median: 3

maximum: 8

minimum: 0

outlier: No

• Multiple Choice
1 minute
1 pt

Select all sets of data where it would be better to use a dot plot than a histogram. (Multi-Select Question)

Average rainfall for Miami over a year.

Daily rainfall in Miami over a month.

Weight of patients in a doctor’s office over a year.

Weight of students in your class.

Number of siblings each student in your math class has.