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Measurement & Data Chapter Exam

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Question 1 1. Convert 10,000 m into km. Use 1,000 m/km as your conversion factor.

Question 2 2. Convert 178,300 mL into L. Use 1,000 mL/L as your conversion factor.

Question 3 3. Convert 5,300 km into m. Use 1,000 m/km as your conversion factor.

Question 4 4. Data that is collected in number form and can be ordered in ascending and descending order. Answers could be in the form of fractions or decimals.

Question 5 5. Travis worked 50 hours last week and earned $600 in his paycheck. He took the bus twice, drove his car three times, and road with a friend five times to work. Which information is numerical data?

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Question 6 6. Jean is making costumes for the school play. She gets each student's height and asks them for their favorite color. Which piece of information is considered numerical data?

Question 7 7. Travis is a biologist studying the local turtle population. He has noticed that there are three types of turtles represented in the area. He collects information about the total number of turtles in the area, the number of each type of turtle in the area, and the types of local plants and animals that affect the turtle population. Which of this information can be represented as categorical data?

Question 8 8. Tucker gave his class a survey asking each student what type of cookies they like and how often they eat cookies. Which of this information is categorical data?

Question 9 9. John collects three different models of cars, each car can go different speeds. What part of this information can be considered categorical data?

Question 10 10. What is the difference between the upper quartile value and the lower quartile value?

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Question 11 11.

Find the second quartile, or the median, for the following data set:

7, 9, 13, 4, 18, 3, 9, 10, 15, 8, 2, 6, 9

Question 12 12.

Find the first quartile for the following data set:

7, 9, 13, 4, 18, 3, 9, 10, 15, 8, 2, 6, 9

Question 13 13. What is 70 degrees Fahrenheit in Celsius?

Question 14 14. What is 140 pounds in kilograms?

Question 15 15. What is 120 kilometers in miles?

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Question 16 16. What is mean absolute deviation?

Question 17 17. Find the mean of these numbers: 4, 7, 9, 10.

Question 18 18. What is the second step in finding the mean absolute deviation?

Question 19 19. The property of invariance for measurements tells you what?

Question 20 20. Which of the following is a measurement unit?

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Question 21 21. Use the property of additivity to calculate the total weight of these items.
  • 2 pounds of bacon
  • 1 pound of cheese
  • 3 pounds of potatoes

Question 22 22. 16 inches divided into fourths:

Question 23 23. 8 m * 2 m

Question 24 24. 10 cm - 6 cm

Question 25 25. What is data that is grouped in evenly distributed values and measured based on the group to which the variable is attributed?

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Question 26 26. A coach records the levels of ability in martial arts of various kids. What type of data is this?

Question 27 27. What is a mathematical comparison between two numbers?

Question 28 28. Convert 10 kg into grams. Use 1,000 g/kg as your conversion factor.

Question 29 29. Michael is collecting data for a science project. He will go to the gas station everyday and record how much gas each person purchases and which kind of gas. Which piece of data collected is numerical data?

Question 30 30. Sandra asked all of her co-workers whether they prefered to have shorter days during the week or a day off at the end of the week. She also asked how many total hours each person worked during the week. Which of the information collected is considered categorical data?

Measurement & Data Chapter Exam Instructions

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