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Row 1, Col 1 opinion The best animal to have as a pet is a sugar glider. Fact or Opinion?

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1,2 Fact A line graph shows changes over time. Fact or Opinion

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1,3 P= 1/6 If you toss a number cube one time, what is the probability of rolling a 3?

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1,4 range The difference between the largest and smallest numbers in a set of numbers is called the

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2,1 Line graph Which type of graph uses data points connected by line segments to show data collected over time?

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2,2 17 Find the mean of this data set: 15, 18, 20, 19, 11, 15, 21

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2,3 Least- reptile / Most- cat Which pet is owned the least? The most? (besides “no pets”)

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2,4 1/4 You spin the spinner once. Find P (yellow).

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3,1 Range: 9 Mean: 6 Median: 5 Mode: 3 Find the range, mean, median, and mode of this data set 4, 6, 3, 12, 3, 8

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3,2 22 students voted How many students voted in the favorite sports survey?

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3,3 opinions Did this survey collect facts or opinions?

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3,4 Most in all-soccer Most for boys-basketball Which sport got the most votes in all? What sport got the most votes for boys?

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4,1 Ex.. The same amount like softball, most girls like soccer…etc. Come up with a sentence comparing the sports between girls and boys

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4,2 The temperature is increasing. Describe the trend in the data above.

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4,3 Use a capital H & T for the penny and lowercase h & t as the branches for the nickel to represent possible outcomes You toss a penny and a nickel. Describe how you would draw a tree diagram to find the sample space of this experiment.

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4,4 3 What is the mode of this data set?

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5,1 c. Equally likely as tails up You toss a penny. Which of the following best describes the chances that the penny will land heads up? a. Certain c. Equally likely as tails up b. More likely d. Impossible than tails up

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5,2 P= 2/5 What is the P of landing on red or orange?

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5,3 8 How many possible outcomes are there if you spin each spinner once? Hint: A tree diagram would be the best way to figure it out.

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5,4 1. 4/11 2. 2/11 3. 9/11 4. 1/11 Using the letters in the word MATHEMATICS find the probability of choosing each Letters randomly out of a bag. 1.a vowel 2. the letter M 3. not T 4.the letter S

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