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10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt Mean MedianModeRangePotpourri

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Bob ate 2 cookies on Monday, 6 cookies on Tuesday, and 1 cookie on Wednesday. This is the mean number of cookies he ate each day.

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What is 3 cookies?

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This is a synonym for the word ‘mean’ as it is used in math.

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What is average?

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Jackie scored a total of 84 points in four different basketball games. This is the mean number of points she scored each game.

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What is 21 points?

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Keri baked 2 dozen cookies on Saturday and 5 dozen cookies on Sunday. This is the average number of cookies she baked each day.

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What is 42 cookies?

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Janet scored an average of 10 points in four different games. The table below shows how many points she scored in the first three games. This is how many points she scored in the fourth game. Game NumberNumber of Points Scored Game Number 17 Game Number 212 Game Number 35 Game Number 4

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What is 16 points?

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To find the median of a set of numbers, you first need to do this.

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What is Put the numbers in numerical order?

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This is the median of the set of numbers below: 34, 21, 45, 28, 21

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What is 28?

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Colleen is the fastest runner on her track team and always comes in first place in the 100 meter dash. The table below shows her winning times in the first five races. This is the median of the data. Race NumberWinning Time 110.12 seconds 29.8 seconds 310.2 seconds 410.15 seconds 510.09 seconds

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What is 10.12 seconds?

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Amber took 4 different spelling tests. On the first test she got 80%. On the second test she got 5 out of 8 words correct. On the third test, Amber got 100%. On the fourth test, Amber got 0.9 of the words correct. This is the median score that Amber got, expressed as a percent.

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What is 85%?

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The median of four different numbers is 22. Three of the numbers are 18, 24, and 21. This is the fourth number.

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What is 23?

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This is the meaning of the word mode.

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What is the number found most often in a set of data?

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Shannon loves to play baseball. Last week she played in four different games. She scored 3 runs in the first game, 2 runs in the second game, 1 run in the third game, and 4 runs in the fourth game. This is the mode of the data.

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What is there is no mode?

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Paula kept a list of all of the grades she got on 6 different science tests. Sometimes she wrote the grades as a fraction, sometimes she wrote the grades as a percent, and sometimes she wrote the grades as a decimal. This is the mode of her grades, written as a percent. Test NumberGrade 17/8 2100% 387.5% 44/5 50.75 680%

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What is 87.5% and 80%?

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Mrs. Andexler, the school cafeteria manager, kept track of how many students at Leighton bought lunches one week. The data is shown below. This appears to be the mode of the data.

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What is 300 buyers?

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Jim has a problem. He always keeps track of how many points he scores in every basketball game he plays in but can’t find the piece of paper that has how many points he scored in his eighth game. He does remember that the mode of all eight games is 12 points. This is the missing score. Game NumberPoints Scored 114 212 314 415 512 611 79 8?

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What is 12 points?

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Joe and Bill measured how far their grasshoppers jumped 4 different times and put the information in the table below. This is the range of Joe’s grasshopper’s jumps. JumpJoeBill First Jump12.3 cm.9.8 cm. Second Jump15 cm.17 cm. Third Jump4.8 cm8.4 cm. Fourth Jump11.7 cm.5.4 cm.

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What is 10.2 cm?

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This is what you need to do to find the range of a set of numbers.

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What is Find the difference of the largest and smallest numbers?

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The circumference of four different boys’ heads is shown below. This is the range of the data. BoyCircumference Gary16 inches Tom11 ¾ inches David12 ½ inches Nathan14 ¼ inches

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What is 4 ¼ inches?

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The high temperatures in Aurora for last week is shown in the line graph below. This appears to be the range of the data.

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What is 30 degrees?

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The shortest person in a first grade class is 37 ½ inches. The range between the shortest and the tallest person is 9 ¾ inches. This is the height of the tallest person (make sure the fractional part of your answer is in lowest terms!)

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What is 47 ¼ inches?

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Mrs. Carlson bought a huge bag of Skittles and had her children count how many of each color were in the bag. Because they love math so much, they wrote the numbers in different ways. The results are shown below. ColorNumber in Bag Red5 x 10 1 Blue41 + 3 2 Green2 3 x 10 Yellow100 – (5 x 2) Orange35 x 2 This is the range of the data.

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What is 40?

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ColorNumber in Bag Red5 x 10 1 Blue41 + 3 2 Green2 3 x 10 Yellow100 – (5 x 2) Orange35 x 2 Mrs. Carlson bought a huge bag of Skittles and had her children count how many of each color were in the bag. Because they love math so much, they wrote the numbers in different ways. The results are shown below. This is the mode of the data.

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What is 50?

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ColorNumber in Bag Red5 x 10 1 Blue41 + 3 2 Green2 3 x 10 Yellow100 – (5 x 2) Orange35 x 2 Mrs. Carlson bought a huge bag of Skittles and had her children count how many of each color were in the bag. Because they love math so much, they wrote the numbers in different ways. The results are shown below. This is the median of the data.

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What is 70?

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ColorNumber in Bag Red5 x 10 1 Blue41 + 3 2 Green2 3 x 10 Yellow100 – (5 x 2) Orange35 x 2 Mrs. Carlson bought a huge bag of Skittles and had her children count how many of each color were in the bag. Because they love math so much, they wrote the numbers in different ways. The results are shown below. This is the mean of the data.

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What is 68?

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I am thinking of 5 numbers. The mode of the numbers is 3. The range of the numbers is 7. The mean of the numbers is 4. The median of the numbers is 3. (Hint: The smallest number is 1). These are the other four numbers.

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What are 3, 3, 5, and 8?

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