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Are You Smarter Than a 5 th Grader?

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Are You Smarter Than a 6 th Grader? 1,000,000 Samples Biases Line Plot Frequency Table Cumulative Frequency Mean Median Mode Range Central Tendency 500,000 300,000 175,000 100,000 50,000 25,000 10,000 5,000 2,000 1,000 Million Dollar Question

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6th Grade Samples Question Pines Middle School is planning to have a survey about sports. Which of the following would be a random sample? A.The basketball coach asks 100 students about their favorite sport. B.Kate asks her friends about their favorite sport. C.The gym teacher randomly asks 100 students chosen from a list of all students. D.All sixth-grade students are asked about their favorite sport. Pines Middle School is planning to have a survey about sports. Which of the following would be a random sample? A.The basketball coach asks 100 students about their favorite sport. B.Kate asks her friends about their favorite sport. C.The gym teacher randomly asks 100 students chosen from a list of all students. D.All sixth-grade students are asked about their favorite sport.

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6th Grade Sample Answer / C. The gym teacher randomly asks 100 students chosen from a list of all students. Return

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6th Grade Biases Question / The sixth-grade students at Van Cleve Sixth Grade building are conducting a survey about candy. They surveyed 100 people who worked in candy shops. Would this provide a sample that is biased or unbiased?

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6th Grade Biases Answer / Biased because the survey is conducted in a flower shop about flowers. / There are enough people, it is the location that is unfair. / Biased because the survey is conducted in a flower shop about flowers. / There are enough people, it is the location that is unfair. Return

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6th Grade Line Plot Question / Given the data, create a line plot.

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6th Grade Line Plot Answer Return

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6th Grade Frequency Tables Question Use the data about the number of trips to the mall to make a cumulative frequency table with 4 intervals. NUMBER OF TRIPS TO THE MALL 12 20 5 7 13 11 3 9 19 16 8 17 16 1 6 8 5 14 9 18 Use the data about the number of trips to the mall to make a cumulative frequency table with 4 intervals. NUMBER OF TRIPS TO THE MALL 12 20 5 7 13 11 3 9 19 16 8 17 16 1 6 8 5 14 9 18

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6th Grade Frequency Table Answer Return

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6th Grade Cumulative Frequency Question

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6th Grade Cumulative Frequency Answer Return

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6th Grade Mean Question What is the mean of the given data?

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6th Grade Mean Answer 36 Return

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6th Grade Median Question What is the median of the given data?

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6th Grade Median Answer 32.5 Return

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6 th Grade Mode Question What is the mode of the given data?

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6th Grade Mode Answer 29 Return

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6th Grade Range Question Find the range of the data in the following line plot. X XX XXXXX XXXXXXX 3456789

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6th Grade Range Answer 6 6 Return

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6th Grade Central Tendency Question Which measure of central tendency is best for describing the following data? 2, 4, 3, 1, 4, 1, 87, 2, 3, 4, 1, 3, 2 Which measure of central tendency is best for describing the following data? 2, 4, 3, 1, 4, 1, 87, 2, 3, 4, 1, 3, 2

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6th Grade Central Tendency Answer Median Return

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Million Dollar Question Now for the bonus round.

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Suppose Marla wanted to expand her survey and ask another question about video game play. What are two possible questions she might ask?

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1,000,000 Answer / Possible answers: / What is your favorite game? / What type of system do you have? / Possible answers: / What is your favorite game? / What type of system do you have? Return

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