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SOC 1013 QLP Pre-test / Post-test Summer 2014

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Question 1 The data below represent the grade breakdown for all Spring, 2013 semester Introduction to Sociology classes at UTSA. A B C D F 100300600300100 What proportion of students earned a “C” grade? a.60 percent b.slightly above 40 percent c.about 30 percent d.none of the above

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Question 2 The data below represent the grade breakdown for all Spring, 2013 semester Introduction to Sociology classes at UTSA. A B C D F 100300600300100 In terms of these data, which pie chart is most representative? Figure 1 Figure 2Figure 3Figure 4 a. Figure 1b. Figure 2c. Figure 3d. Figure 4

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Question 3 The following data represent the responses potential voters gave prior to the 2012 Presidential election to the survey question, “What is your political affiliation?” About what percentage of total voters identified themselves as “Indep” (Independents)? a. 32 b. 27c. 30d. 25

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Question 4 The following data represent the responses potential voters gave prior to the 2012 Presidential election to the survey question, “What is your political affiliation?” What percentage of women were “Dem” (Democrats)? a. 40b. 25c. 35d. none of the above

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Question 5 The following data reflect the running times (in seconds) for the 400 meter dash for two professional runners. The runners were timed under identical conditions. Runner A Runner B 404141 39 42 43 Which runner has the fastest mean (average) time? a.Runner A b.Runner B c.Both are the same d.none of the above

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Question 6 The following data reflect the running times (in seconds) for the 400 meter dash for two professional runners. The runners were timed under identical conditions. Runner A Runner B 404141 39 42 43 Which runner has the fastest median time? a.Runner A b.Runner B c.Both are the same d.none of the above

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Question 7 The following data reflect the running times (in seconds) for the 400 meter dash for two professional runners. The runners were timed under identical conditions. Runner A Runner B 404141 39 42 43 Which runner has the least variability in times? a.Runner A b.Runner B c.Both are the same d.none of the above

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Question 8 John and Susan took my sociology class last semester. John’s scores on the first three exams were 65, 85, and 70, respectively. Susan’s scores on the first three exams were 90, 85, 80, and, respectively. John and Susan’s grade will be calculated using the three exams as well as the final exam (all equally-weighted and 100 points each), using the following grading scale: A = 90 or more B = 80 to 89 C = 70 to 79 D = 60 to 69 F = less than 60 What minimum grade did Susan need to get on the final exam to earn an A in the course? a.an 80 b.a 90 c.a 100 d.not possible to get an A

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Question 9 John and Susan took my sociology class last semester. John’s scores on the first three exams were 65, 85, and 70, respectively. Susan’s scores on the first three exams were 90, 85, 80, and, respectively. John and Susan’s grade will be calculated using the three exams as well as the final exam (all equally-weighted and 100 points each), using the following grading scale: A = 90 or more B = 80 to 89 C = 70 to 79 D = 60 to 69 F = less than 60 If Susan earned a 55 on the final exam her course grade was a. an A b. a B c. a C d. a D

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Question 10 John and Susan took my sociology class last semester. John’s scores on the first three exams were 65, 85, and 70, respectively. Susan’s scores on the first three exams were 90, 85, and 80, respectively. John and Susan’s grade will be calculated using the three exams as well as the final exam (all equally-weighted and 100 points each), using the following grading scale: A = 90 or more B = 80 to 89 C = 70 to 79 D = 60 to 69 F = less than 60 If John earned a 100 on the final exam, and Susan earned a 55, which student’s final letter grade would you rather have? a.John’s b.Susan’s c.both students earned same grade d.none of the above

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