CAHSEE - Statistics, Probability & Working with Data: Help and Review Chapter Exam

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Question 1 1. To plot a scatterplot, the researcher must have:

Question 2 2. Select the statement that represents discrete quantitative data.

Question 3 3. James performed a survey where he asked his classmates what type of movies they liked the most. The possible answers for the survey were Comedy, Action, Drama, Horror, and Documentaries. Which of the following is a good way to analyze and represent James' data?

Question 4 4. The probability of selecting a green ball from a bag is 1 out of 8, assuming there are 8 balls in the bag. If you select 3 balls, what is the probability of at least one of them being green?

Question 5 5.

Kyle works at a local music store. The store receives a shipment of new CDs in a box. In the shipment, there are 10 country CDs, 5 rock CDs, 12 hip hop CDs, and 3 jazz CDs.

What is the probability that the first CD Kyle chooses from the box will be country?

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Question 6 6. You and your friend are among 15 students who will give speeches in front of the class. The teacher will randomly choose one of the 15 students to give the first speech. Each student has an equal probability of being chosen. Find the probability that either you or your friend will be chosen to give the first speech.

Question 7 7. What is a table (in mathematics)?

Question 8 8. This graph shows the number of rabbits a breeder has each month. When did the breeder reach 100 rabbits?

Question 9 9. This graph shows the number of rabbits a breeder has each month of the year. How many rabbits did the breeder begin with during the year shown?

Question 10 10. Jenny has a bowl of M&M's that has 6 brown, 3 green, 4 red, and 12 yellow M&M's. What is the probability that she will select a brown M&M after first selecting a yellow M&M and not replacing it?

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Question 11 11. Which of the following is true concerning the correlation coefficient?

Question 12 12. Fifty tickets are sold for a raffle. You buy 2 tickets and your sister buys 4 tickets. One ticket is randomly chosen as the winning ticket. What is the probability that you or your sister wins the raffle?

Question 13 13. What is a condition or piece of data in an experiment that can be controlled or changed?

Question 14 14. What kind of relationship do you see on this graph?

Question 15 15. You roll a 6-sided die. What is the probability that the number rolled will be odd or prime? (1 is not a prime number)

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Question 16 16.

Kyle works at a local music store. The store receives a shipment of new CDs in a box. In the shipment, there are 10 country CDs, 5 rock CDs, 12 hip hop CDs, and and 3 jazz CDs.

What is the probability that the first CD that Kyle pulls from the box will not be hip hop?

Question 17 17. Make a prediction about what might happen if you have ten birds.

Question 18 18. The numbers 1 through 20 are written on separate slips of paper and placed in a hat. One of the slips is randomly drawn. What is the probability that either a prime number or a number less than 10 is drawn?

Question 19 19. What is a line graph?

Question 20 20. The probability of selecting a red M&M from a bag is 2/5. If 5 M&Ms are selected, what is the probability of at least one M&M being red?

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Question 21 21. What types of information are shown in tables?

Question 22 22. What is a graph of ordered pairs showing a relationship between two sets of data?

Question 23 23. During the first four Summer Olympic games attended by the United States, these medal counts were awarded. Calculate the mean number of medals won during these Olympic Games. (Round it to the nearest whole number.)

Question 24 24. While playing with a standard deck of playing cards, what is the probability that Jim's 5th card will be red after selecting 4 cards that were also red and not replacing them? (Hint: There are 52 cards in a deck which contains 26 red and 26 black cards.)

Question 25 25. Using the bar graph, 'Top Ten U.S. Rentals in 1999', about how much money did the movie American Pie have in revenue?

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Question 26 26. Twelve employees at a local company decide to go out for lunch. Of the 12 employees, 8 are men and 4 are women. If a woman is the first to order, what is the probability that a man will be the next person to order lunch?

Question 27 27. The Bar Graph, 'Top Ten U.S Rentals in 1999', shows the top ten movies in the U.S during the year. Which movie had about 150 million in rentals?

Question 28 28. During the first four Summer Olympic games attended by the United States, these medal counts were awarded. If there is an outlier, identify it from the number of medals won during these Olympic Games.

Question 29 29. Which of the following is NOT categorical data?

Question 30 30. Which of the following is an example of categorical data?

CAHSEE - Statistics, Probability & Working with Data: Help and Review Chapter Exam Instructions

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