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Scientific Data: Organization, Analysis & Drawing Conclusions Chapter Exam

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Question 1 1.

When are we supposed to go to Algebra class?

Time Class
7 am English
8 am Algebra
9 am Science
10 am History

Question 2 2.

According to the table, what was the most popular candy among the students at the Halloween party?

Type of candy Number of candies brought Number of candies eaten by students
Snickers 30 12
Starburst 40 10
Sour Patch Kids 50 15
Milkyway 25 20

Question 3 3.

What is happening at 7:30 am?

Time Class
7 am English
8 am Algebra
9 am Science
10 am History

Question 4 4. Which is not an example of quantitative data?

Question 5 5. The frequency chart best fits which form of data?

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Question 6 6. Which tool is used for a one-on-one discussion, where the researcher is trying to compile information about a specific topic?

Question 7 7. You measure the length of a fish 6 times. Each time you find it to be 125 cm long. In reality, the fish is actually 135 cm long. Which of the following statements is true?

Question 8 8. Your scale incorrectly measures the weight of your chemical by 5 grams each time. Which of the following statements is true about your data?

Question 9 9. Ideally, you want your data to be _____.

Question 10 10. How many quantitative variables does this graph show?

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Question 11 11. How are these two quantitative variables related?

Question 12 12. Which of the following is NOT a quantitative variable?

Question 13 13. Bill completed both qualitative and quantitative research, analyzed the data, and interpreted his findings. What is Bill now ready to do?

Question 14 14. LaToya looked for patterns and themes in the answers she got from the customers she had visited. What was LaToya doing?

Question 15 15. Implying or inferring certain recommendations is the ability to do what?

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Question 16 16. If you were creating a mapping diagram for the graph shown, you would use the _____ for your input values and the _____ for your output values.

Question 17 17. If you wanted to create a mapping diagram to track the temperature outside during the day, what value would you probably use for the input table?

Question 18 18. A mapping diagram allows us to _____.

Use this material to answer question #19

You wanted to know if there was a correlation between age and income so you gathered the following data:

Data

Question 19 19. Which scatter plot best shows the data?

Use this material to answer questions #20 through #21

You wanted to know if your income was higher than the median income of everyone in your town. You know that your income is $45 though. You gather the following data for the median income of everyone in your town in thousands of dollars:

55, 72, 5, 12, 65, 45, 40, 35, 33, 55, 67, 81, 92, 675, 23, 49, 42, 51, 56, and 73.

Question 20 20. Are there any outliers in this data, if so what are they?

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Use this material to answer questions #20 through #21

You wanted to know if your income was higher than the median income of everyone in your town. You know that your income is $45 though. You gather the following data for the median income of everyone in your town in thousands of dollars:

55, 72, 5, 12, 65, 45, 40, 35, 33, 55, 67, 81, 92, 675, 23, 49, 42, 51, 56, and 73.

Question 21 21. What is the median income in your town?

Question 22 22. Which of the following is an example of a tool that a student might use as a standard unit of measure?

Question 23 23. Which of the following is the unit of measure that is recommended by the scientific community for student use?

Question 24 24. Which of the following terms best describes the action students will take when changing from one unit of measure to another?

Question 25 25. When would you use ANOVA?

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Question 26 26. Successful analysis of your data will be influenced by which factor(s)?

Question 27 27. If you are measuring daily plant growth, which might be an appropriate tool to use to collect those measurements?

Question 28 28.

How many puppies does Susie have according to this table?

Friend # of Puppies
Sarah 3
Susie 5
Jack 7

Question 29 29. In this picture graph, which interpretation is true as it relates to the fish and cat categories?

Question 30 30. Drift is which kind of error?

Scientific Data: Organization, Analysis & Drawing Conclusions Chapter Exam Instructions

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