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Praxis I Math: Categorical and Quantitative Data Chapter Exam

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Question 1 1. How many children and teens eat bananas?

Question 2 2. The length and steepness of a line that shows the rate of change between two values is called the _____.

Question 3 3. Which of the following is an example of a piece of categorical data?

Question 4 4. How many of the people surveyed watch football or basketball?

Question 5 5. You just took a survey asking people about their favorite class in school. After getting all the answers, you found that 10 people love English, 2 people love math, 3 people love history, and 12 love science. Please put this information in table form.

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Question 6 6.

Which scenario best fits the linear equation?

y=-2x + 5

Question 7 7. How many people surveyed drive silver cars?

Question 8 8.

What is the best equation for the following scenario?

A mountain climber starts at the bottom of a mountain and climbs at a rate of 20 feet per hour. What equation represents his rate of climbing?

Question 9 9. Which of the following is NOT categorical data?

Question 10 10. Which of the following is an example of categorical data?

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Question 11 11. You just took a survey asking people about their favorite class in school. After getting all the answers, you found that 10 people love English, 2 people love math, 3 people love history, and 12 love science. What are the percentages for each class?

Question 12 12. How many surveyed would rather watch football or baseball?

Question 13 13. What kind of graph is a good way to visually present categorical data?

Question 14 14.

Which of the following estimates is true?

A: More babies will be named George than any of the other given names.

B: The name Lou will not be picked very often.

C: Mary will be the most popular name next year.

D: Babies named Liz and Harry will get married later.

Question 15 15. Brown school has decided to review their ratio of girls to boys in the Second grade class. They decided to count the number of boys in Second grade. This is an example of what type of data?

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Question 16 16. Which of the following answers is an example of continuous data?

Question 17 17. From a recent survey of 60 people, we found that 10 liked to eat chocolate ice cream, 20 liked strawberry ice cream, 14 liked vanilla ice cream, and 16 liked Neopolitan ice cream. What is the percentage for each group?

Question 18 18. You just took a survey asking people about their favorite class in school. After getting all the answers, you found that 10 people love English, 2 people love math, 3 people love history, and 12 love science. What is the percentage of people that love English?

Question 19 19. Select the statement that represents discrete quantitative data.

Question 20 20. Which of the following statements is NOT quantitative data?

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Question 21 21. According to this graph, how many babies are named George?

Question 22 22.

Which scenario is the best fit for the linear equation?

y=200x +1200

Question 23 23. How many teens would not pick chocolate?

Question 24 24. 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 25 25. Which of the following answers is an example of discrete data?

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Question 26 26. You just took a survey asking people about their favorite class in school. After getting all the answers, you found that 10 people love English, 2 people love math, 3 people love history, and 12 love science. Order these subjects from most liked to least.

Question 27 27. According to the table, which group is the smallest?

Question 28 28. What prediction can you make based on the information in this graph?

Question 29 29. How many adults picked chocolate or vanilla?

Question 30 30.

What is the correct equation for the following scenario?

Alex wants to figure out how much money she will make at the end of the week. She is making $12.50 an hour plus a $20 bonus.

Praxis I Math: Categorical and Quantitative Data Chapter Exam Instructions

Choose your answers to the questions and click 'Next' to see the next set of questions. You can skip questions if you would like and come back to them later with the yellow "Go To First Skipped Question" button. When you have completed the practice exam, a green submit button will appear. Click it to see your results. Good luck!

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