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Question 1 of 94
1. Question
If Robert and Jasmine had three children, what would be the probability that all three children would be boys?
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Question 2 of 94
2. Question
What rational number represents the average of and ?
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Question 3 of 94
3. Question
According to the following pictograph, how many more Jonathan apples than McIntosh apples are there in the food store?
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Question 4 of 94
4. Question
According to the following pictograph, how many more Jonathan apples than McIntosh apples are there in the food store?
 10
 15
 30
 55
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Question 5 of 94
5. Question
A random survey was taken to see what activities were popular among adults 2545 years old. The results yielded that 25 people preferred reading, which was approximately 31.6% of the people surveyed. How many total people were surveyed? (Round to the nearest integer.)
 25
 68
 75
 79
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Question 6 of 94
6. Question
According to the following histogram, how many Black Cherry Trees measured at most 80 feet?
 14
 19
 24
 45
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Question 7 of 94
7. Question
The test scores for a class are as follows: 4 students got a 73%, 18 students got a 96%, 3 students got a 66%, and 10 students got an 86%. What is the average test score for the class?
 80.3%
 86%
 87.9%
 99%
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Question 8 of 94
8. Question
A bag of assorted fruits has 8 kiwis, 3 apples, 5 peaches and 13 grapes. If you were to randomly choose a kiwi and eat it, what is the probability that the next fruit you choose will be a peach or kiwi?
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Question 9 of 94
9. Question
If Robert and Jasmine had three children, what would be the probability that all three children would be boys?
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Question 10 of 94
10. Question
What rational number represents the average of and ?
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Question 11 of 94
11. Question
What is the range of set S?
S = {41, 28, 13, 26, 38, 45, 42, 10}
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 35
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Question 12 of 94
12. Question

Question 13 of 94
13. Question
Alicia asked her teacher if she could collect the resting heart rates of the students in her 5thgrade science group. The following numbers represent the resting rates in beats per minute.
89 87 85 84 90 79 83 85 86 88 84 81What is the range of the resting heart rates?
 10
 11
 90
 85
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Question 14 of 94
14. Question
According to the following pictograph, how many more Jonathan apples than McIntosh apples are there in the food store?
 10
 15
 30
 55
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Question 15 of 94
15. Question
A random survey was taken to see what activities were popular among adults 2545 years old. The results yielded that 25 people preferred reading, which was approximately 31.6% of the people surveyed. How many total people were surveyed? (Round to the nearest integer.)
 25
 68
 75
 79
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Question 16 of 94
16. Question
According to the following histogram, how many Black Cherry Trees measured at most 80 feet?
 14
 19
 24
 45
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Question 17 of 94
17. Question
The test scores for a class are as follows: 4 students got a 73%, 18 students got a 96%, 3 students got a 66%, and 10 students got an 86%. What is the average test score for the class?
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Question 18 of 94
18. Question
A bag of assorted fruits has 8 kiwis, 3 apples, 5 peaches and 13 grapes. If you were to randomly choose a kiwi and eat it, what is the probability that the next fruit you choose will be a peach or kiwi?
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Question 19 of 94
19. Question
If Robert and Jasmine had three children, what would be the probability that all three children would be boys?
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Question 20 of 94
20. Question
What rational number represents the average of and ?
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Question 21 of 94
21. Question
What is the range of set S?
S = {41, 28, 13, 26, 38, 45, 42, 10}
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Question 22 of 94
22. Question
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Question 23 of 94
23. Question
Alicia asked her teacher if she could collect the resting heart rates of the students in her 5thgrade science group. The following numbers represent the resting rates in beats per minute.
89 87 85 84 90 79 83 85 86 88 84 81 85What is the range of the resting heart rates?
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Question 24 of 94
24. Question
According to the following pictograph, how many more Jonathan apples than McIntosh apples are there in the food store?
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Question 25 of 94
25. Question
A random survey was taken to see what activities were popular among adults 2545 years old. The results yielded that 25 people preferred reading, which was approximately 31.6% of the people surveyed. How many total people were surveyed? (Round to the nearest integer.)
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Question 26 of 94
26. Question
According to the following histogram, how many Black Cherry Trees measured at most 80 feet?
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Question 27 of 94
27. Question
The test scores for a class are as follows: 4 students got a 73%, 18 students got a 96%, 3 students got a 66%, and 10 students got an 86%. What is the average test score for the class?
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Question 28 of 94
28. Question
A bag of assorted fruits has 8 kiwis, 3 apples, 5 peaches and 13 grapes. If you were to randomly choose a kiwi and eat it, what is the probability that the next fruit you choose will be a peach or kiwi?
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Question 29 of 94
29. Question
If Robert and Jasmine had three children, what would be the probability that all three children would be boys?
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Question 30 of 94
30. Question
What rational number represents the average of and ?
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Question 31 of 94
31. Question
What is the range of set S?
S = {41, 28, 13, 26, 38, 45, 42, 10}
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Question 32 of 94
32. Question
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Question 33 of 94
33. Question
Alicia asked her teacher if she could collect the resting heart rates of the students in her 5thgrade science group. The following numbers represent the resting rates in beats per minute.
89 87 85 84 90 79 83 85 86 88 84 81 85What is the range of the resting heart rates?
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Question 34 of 94
34. Question
According to the following pictograph, how many more Jonathan apples than McIntosh apples are there in the food store?
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Question 35 of 94
35. Question
A random survey was taken to see what activities were popular among adults 2545 years old. The results yielded that 25 people preferred reading, which was approximately 31.6% of the people surveyed. How many total people were surveyed? (Round to the nearest integer.)
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Question 36 of 94
36. Question
According to the following histogram, how many Black Cherry Trees measured at most 80 feet?
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Question 37 of 94
37. Question
Using a standard sixsided die, what is the probability that you will roll an odd number?
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Question 38 of 94
38. Question
One bag contains 2 blue marbles and 5 red marbles. Another bag contains 3 green chips and 2 red chips. What is the probability of choosing a blue marble from the first bag and then choosing a red chip from the second bag?
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Question 39 of 94
39. Question
A school administers a normreferenced test to its 500 students. The average score was 50 with a standard deviation of 10. Approximately what number of students scored between 30 and 70?
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Question 40 of 94
40. Question
What is the average of any four consecutive natural numbers, where x represents the first number in the sequence?
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Question 41 of 94
41. Question
A gum ball machine has 432 pieces of gum equally split into four flavors: cherry, orange, lime, and berry. What is the probability of getting a piece of gum that is not cherry flavored?
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Question 42 of 94
42. Question
How many 4digit numbers can you make using the digits 2, 3, 4, and 5 without repeating a digit?
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Question 43 of 94
43. Question
Jerry is making a custom necklace. He needs to pick one chain, one clasp, and one charm. If there are three different types of chains, four different clasps, and 18 different charms to choose from, how many different unique necklaces could he make?
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Question 44 of 94
44. Question
The following list represents the heights of the students in Mrs. Fisher’s 8^{th} grade class.
 5′
 5′ 2″
 5′ 2″
 5′ 4″
 6′
What is the mean height of the students?
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Question 45 of 94
45. Question
In a random poll, 33 of 50 7thgraders surveyed were planning to vote in the school election. There are about 600 students in the 7thgrade class. The best estimate of the number of students who are planning to vote is ______.
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Question 46 of 94
46. Question
The following list represents the heights of the students in Mrs. Fisher’s 8^{th} grade class.
 5′
 5′ 2″
 5′ 2″
 5′ 4″
 6′
What is the mode of the heights?
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Question 47 of 94
47. Question
A bag contains a number of colored marbles, of which 16 are green and the rest are yellow. If someone randomly selected a marble from the bag, the probability that the marble would be green is . How many yellow marbles are there in the bag?
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Question 48 of 94
48. Question
A bag contains a number of colored marbles, of which 16 are green and the rest are yellow. If someone randomly selected a marble from the bag, the probability that the marble would be green is . How many total marbles are there in the bag?
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Question 49 of 94
49. Question
A group of students includes sixteen students that prefer the color blue, seven students that prefer the color red, and the rest prefer the color green. The probability that a randomly selected student prefers the color red is . How many students in the group prefer the color green?
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Question 50 of 94
50. Question
A group of students includes sixteen students that prefer the color blue, seven students that prefer the color red, and the rest prefer the color green. The probability that a randomly selected student prefers the color red is . How many total students are there in the group?
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Question 51 of 94
51. Question
A chocolatier owner wants to ask a sample of customers whether they prefer dark chocolate to milk chocolate. Which of the following methods of collection would yield the most valid information about whether customers prefer dark to milk chocolate?
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Question 52 of 94
52. Question
A coin is weighted so that it lands on heads about twice as much as tails. If the coin is tossed three times, what is the probability that it lands on heads on the first toss?
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Question 53 of 94
53. Question
Jeremy is a 9thgrade student who has decided to randomly guess answers on his 5question truefalse test. What is the probability that all questions will be answered correctly?
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Question 54 of 94
54. Question
The sample in an experiment or survey is ______________________.
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Question 55 of 94
55. Question
A survey asking “What is your favorite animal?” was given to 300 students, with the options being a dog, cat, horse, or lizard. 49 students chose horse as their favorite animal. If the survey is expanded to 2,100 students, what would be the best estimate of how many students would choose horse?
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Question 56 of 94
56. Question
The basic advantage of the ___________ in describing data, compared to the average, is that is is not skewed so much by a small sample of extremely large sets.CorrectIncorrect 
Question 57 of 94
57. Question
Assume
Find and select the one best answer.The test scores for a class are as follows: 4 students got a 73%, 18 students got a 96%, 3 students got a 66%, and 10 students got an 86%. What is the average test score for the class?
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Question 58 of 94
58. Question
A bag of assorted fruits has 8 kiwis, 3 apples, 5 peaches and 13 grapes. If you were to randomly choose a kiwi and eat it, what is the probability that the next fruit you choose will be a peach or kiwi?
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Question 59 of 94
59. Question
If Robert and Jasmine had three children, what would be the probability that all three children would be boys?
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Question 60 of 94
60. Question
What rational number represents the average of and ?
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Question 61 of 94
61. Question
Assume
Find and select the one best answer.What is the range of set S?
S = {41, 28, 13, 26, 38, 45, 42, 10}
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Question 62 of 94
62. Question
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Question 63 of 94
63. Question
According to the following pictograph, how many more Jonathan apples than McIntosh apples are there in the food store?
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Question 64 of 94
64. Question
The test scores for a class are as follows: 4 students got a 73%, 18 students got a 96%, 3 students got a 66%, and 10 students got an 86%. What is the average test score for the class?
 80.3%
 86%
 87.9%
 99%
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Question 65 of 94
65. Question
A bag of assorted fruits has 8 kiwis, 3 apples, 5 peaches and 13 grapes. If you were to randomly choose a kiwi and eat it, what is the probability that the next fruit you choose will be a peach or kiwi?
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Question 66 of 94
66. Question
If Robert and Jasmine had three children, what would be the probability that all three children would be boys?
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Question 67 of 94
67. Question
Decide
Select the best decision about investing your time.What rational number represents the average of and ?
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Question 68 of 94
68. Question
What is the range of set S?
S = {41, 28, 13, 26, 38, 45, 42, 10}
 31
 31
 33
 35
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Question 69 of 94
69. Question

Question 70 of 94
70. Question
According to the following pictograph, how many more Jonathan apples than McIntosh apples are there in the food store?
 10
 15
 30
 55
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Question 71 of 94
71. Question
The test scores for a class are as follows: 4 students got a 73%, 18 students got a 96%, 3 students got a 66%, and 10 students got an 86%. What is the average test score for the class?
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Question 72 of 94
72. Question
A bag of assorted fruits has 8 kiwis, 3 apples, 5 peaches and 13 grapes. If you were to randomly choose a kiwi and eat it, what is the probability that the next fruit you choose will be a peach or kiwi?
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Question 73 of 94
73. Question
If Robert and Jasmine had three children, what would be the probability that all three children would be boys?
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Question 74 of 94
74. Question
What is the range of set S?
S = {41, 28, 13, 26, 38, 45, 42, 10}
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Question 75 of 94
75. Question
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Question 76 of 94
76. Question
According to the following pictograph, how many more Jonathan apples than McIntosh apples are there in the food store?
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Question 77 of 94
77. Question
The test scores for a class are as follows: 4 students got a 73%, 18 students got a 96%, 3 students got a 66%, and 10 students got an 86%. What is the average test score for the class?
 80.3%
 86%
 87.9%
 99%
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Question 78 of 94
78. Question
A bag of assorted fruits has 8 kiwis, 3 apples, 5 peaches and 13 grapes. If you were to randomly choose a kiwi and eat it, what is the probability that the next fruit you choose will be a peach or kiwi?
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Question 79 of 94
79. Question
If Robert and Jasmine had three children, what would be the probability that all three children would be boys?
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Question 80 of 94
80. Question
What rational number represents the average of and ?
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Question 81 of 94
81. Question
What is the range of set S?
S = {41, 28, 13, 26, 38, 45, 42, 10}
 31
 31
 33
 35
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Question 82 of 94
82. Question

Question 83 of 94
83. Question
According to the following pictograph, how many more Jonathan apples than McIntosh apples are there in the food store?
 10
 15
 30
 55
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Question 84 of 94
84. Question
The test scores for a class are as follows: 4 students got a 73%, 18 students got a 96%, 3 students got a 66%, and 10 students got an 86%. What is the average test score for the class?
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Question 85 of 94
85. Question
A bag of assorted fruits has 8 kiwis, 3 apples, 5 peaches and 13 grapes. If you were to randomly choose a kiwi and eat it, what is the probability that the next fruit you choose will be a peach or kiwi?
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Question 86 of 94
86. Question
If Robert and Jasmine had three children, what would be the probability that all three children would be boys?
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Question 87 of 94
87. Question
What rational number represents the average of and ?
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Question 88 of 94
88. Question
What is the range of set S?
S = {41, 28, 13, 26, 38, 45, 42, 10}
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Question 89 of 94
89. Question
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Question 90 of 94
90. Question
According to the following pictograph, how many more Jonathan apples than McIntosh apples are there in the food store?
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Question 91 of 94
91. Question
The question below represents which competency?
The test scores for a class are as follows: 4 students got a 73%, 18 students got a 96%, 3 students got a 66%, and 10 students got an 86%. What is the average test score for the class?
 80.3%
 86%
 87.9%
 99%
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Question 92 of 94
92. Question
The question below is related to which competency?
A bag of assorted fruits has 8 kiwis, 3 apples, 5 peaches and 13 grapes. If you were to randomly choose a kiwi and eat it, what is the probability that the next fruit you choose will be a peach or kiwi?
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Question 93 of 94
93. Question
The question below is related to which competency?
If Robert and Jasmine had three children, what would be the probability that all three children would be boys?
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Question 94 of 94
94. Question
The question below is related to which competency?
What rational number represents the average of and ?
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