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• Question 1
900 seconds
Q.

Customers of a department store were given coupons for a discount on their purchases. The number of customers per type of discount and the time of day are shown in the table below. Based on the table, which statement is true?

The fewest number of coupons given were 15%-off coupons in the afternoon

The greatest number of coupons given were 20%-off coupons in the afternoon.

Customers were given 25% more coupons in the afternoon than in the evening.

Customers were given more coupons in the evening than they were given in the morning

• Question 2
900 seconds
Q.

Teachers attending a conference were offered four types of sandwiches for lunch. The number and types of sandwiches chosen by each male and female teacher are shown in the table below. Based on the table, which conclusion is reasonable?

The percentage of male teachers who selected a ham sandwich is more than twice the percentage of all teachers who selected a tuna sandwich.

The percentage of males who selected a chicken sandwich is exactly the same as the percentage of females who selected a chicken sandwich

The percentage of male teachers who selected a turkey sandwich is greater than the percentage of female teachers who selected a turkey sandwich.

The percentage of female teachers who selected a turkey sandwich or ham sandwich is less than the percentage of male teachers who selected a turkey sandwich.

• Question 3
900 seconds
Q.

The table below shows the survey results of 100 students who were asked 2 questions: “Do you play a sport?” and “Do you play a musical instrument?” Based on the survey results, which statement is the most accurate?

Students who play a sport also tend to play a musical instrument.

Students who play a sport do not tend to play a musical instrument.

Students who do not play a sport tend to play a musical instrument.

Students who do not play a sport also tend not to play a musical instrument.

• Question 4
900 seconds
Q.

A bowling alley provides bowling balls with weights of 11, 12, 13, and 14 pounds. This information is shown in the table along with the number of bowling balls used by 120 student bowlers in Grades 6, 7, and 8. What fraction of student bowlers in Grade 7 used a 13-pound bowling ball?

1/6

1/5

2/5

2/3

• Question 5
900 seconds
Q.

The percentages of tips left by customers at a certain restaurant during one week are recorded in the table below. Based on the data, when are customers most likely to leave a tip of 15% or more?

Breakfast

Lunch

Dinner

Late Night

• Question 6
900 seconds
Q.

The numbers of students enrolled in a foreign language class in Grades 6, 7, and 8 at Bradley Middle School are shown in the table. Which value is closest to the percentage of the Grade 7 students enrolled in French or German?

23

28

47

64

• Question 7
900 seconds
Q.

Joseph surveyed the students in his class about their favorite subject and favorite sport. The table below shows the results of his survey. What is the relative frequency of the students in Joseph’s class who like both math and swimming to the total number of students who like math better than English?

0.63

0.62

0.58

0.36

• Question 8
900 seconds
Q.

A random sample of students at a middle school were asked whether they preferred to play soccer or hockey. The results of the survey are shown in the table below. Which conclusion reflects the patterns of association in the table?

Hockey is more popular than soccer at the middle school.

Seventh graders are more likely to prefer hockey than are sixth or eighth graders

• Question 9
900 seconds
Q.

Seventh and eighth grade students were asked whether they preferred pizza or tacos. The results of the survey are shown in the table below. What is the relative frequency of a student being an eighth grader given that they prefer pizza?

0.08

0.22

0.81

0.56

• Question 10
900 seconds
Q.

Albert surveyed the people at a local ice cream shop on whether they prefer chocolate or vanilla as a flavor of ice cream. The table below shows the result of Albert’s survey. Which conclusion is true?

Most males and females prefer vanilla ice cream more than chocolate ice cream

Both males and females prefer chocolate and vanilla ice cream equally.

Males prefer chocolate ice cream more than vanilla ice cream

Females prefer chocolate ice cream more than males.

• Question 11
900 seconds
Q.

Jackie created the table below to compare the number of matches in which she scored or did not score a goal in both the fall and spring season. In about what percent of games in the fall did Jackie score a goal?

33%

40%

50%

67%

• Question 12
900 seconds
Q.

Maya surveyed the students at her school about whether they were in the school band. She created the table below to summarize the data. About what percentage of the students in the band are girls?

23%

28%

47%

53%

• Question 13
900 seconds
Q.

A group of students were asked if they play a musical instrument and how many hours they spend on average doing homework per week. The table below shows the results. Which association is justified by the results in the table?

Students who play an instrument tend to study 5 hours or less.

There are more students who do not play an instrument than students who study more than 5 hours per week.

Students who study more than 5 hours per week tend to play an instrument.

There are more students who study 5 hours or less per week than students who play an instrument.

• Question 14
900 seconds
Q.

The table shows the data a teacher collected about how her students performed on a test and whether the students completed the review for the test. Which explanation best justifies the students’ test scores based on the data?

Most of the students who scored at least a 90 completed the review.

Most of the students who did not complete the review scored below a 90.

Students who completed the review scored at least a passing grade.

Students who scored below a passing grade did not attempt the review.

• Question 15
900 seconds
Q.

Jasmine asked students if they have a job after school. Their responses are in the table below. Based on the table, about what percent of the students have a job after school?

33%

52%

60%

• Question 16
900 seconds
Q.

Students in 7th and 8th grade were asked their favorite sport. The results of this survey are shown in the table. Based on the table, which statement is true?

Over half of the 7th grade students preferred football.

More students preferred basketball than baseball.

Over a third of the 8th graders preferred football

• Question 17
900 seconds
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The 8th-grade students at a middle school were surveyed to see which high school they will attend in the fall. The results are shown in the table below. Based on the table above, which statement is true?

Over half of the students will attend North Hill

Over one-third of the students will attend North Hill

About 25% of the boys will attend North Hill

About 30% of the girls will attend Southern.

• Question 18
900 seconds
Q.

A teacher at an elementary school surveyed 4th and 5th-grade students to determine how many minutes they exercise after school. The results of the survey are shown in the table below. About what percent of the students exercise More Than 60 Minutes?

18%

21%

23%

45%

• Question 19
900 seconds
Q.

A survey was conducted to determine the number of males and females registered as Democrat, Independent, or Republican. The results are shown in the table below. Based on the table, approximately what percentage of those surveyed are male Republicans?

3%

20%

23%

26%

• Question 20
60 seconds
Q.

Who's the best math teacher?