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Use the histogram answer numbers 1 through 5.

(Objectives:
1. Read/Interpret a histogram.
2. Choose the necessary part of the graph for a set of data, depending on the question being asked of the data
3. Interpret the graph to determine if it is showing any patterns or relationships among
the data )

1. How many students ran the one-mile run?
A) 22 B) 24 C) 26 D) 20

2. How many students ran less than:
6 minutes? ________________
7 minutes? ________________
8 minutes? ________________
9 minutes? ________________
10 minutes? ________________

3. In what time interval did the greatest number of students run the mile?

_______________

4. If you wanted to know what each student’s time was, would you be able to tell by looking at the histogram only? Explain.

____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

5. How many students ran the mile in 8 minutes or longer?
A) 1 B) 3 C) 5 D) 7

A clothing merchant has 3840 pieces of clothing of 5 types. The pie chart below represents what fraction of the clothing are of each type. PQ is the diameter of the circle on the pie chart. Use the pie chart answer numbers 6 through 10.

(Objectives:
1. Interpret data presented in pie charts
2. Analyze information on a pie chart
3. Solve the pie chart problems)

6. How many shirts does the clothing merchant have?
A) 480 B) 520 C) 640 D) 390

7. What fraction of the clothing are dresses?
A) B) C) D)

8. What is the ratio of the number of T-shirts to the number of shirts?
A) 2:1
B) 3:1
C) 1:2
D) 1:3

9. How many percent of the clothing are pants and skirts?
A) 45% B) 38% C) 53% D) 26%

? 10. Are there more dresses or skirts? How many more?

Use the histogram answer numbers 1 through 5.

(Objectives:
1. Read/Interpret a histogram.
2. Choose the necessary part of the graph for a set of data, depending on the question being asked of the data
3. Interpret the graph to determine if it is showing any patterns or relationships among
the data )

1. How many students ran the one-mile run?
A) 22 B) 24 C) 26 D) 20

2. How many students ran less than:
6 minutes? ________________
7 minutes? ________________
8 minutes? ________________
9 minutes? ________________
10 minutes? ________________

3. In what time interval did the greatest number of students run the mile?

_______________

4. If you wanted to know what each student’s time was, would you be able to tell by looking at the histogram only? Explain.

____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

5. How many students ran the mile in 8 minutes or longer?
A) 1 B) 3 C) 5 D) 7

A clothing merchant has 3840 pieces of clothing of 5 types. The pie chart below represents what fraction of the clothing are of each type. PQ is the diameter of the circle on the pie chart. Use the pie chart answer numbers 6 through 10.

(Objectives:
1. Interpret data presented in pie charts
2. Analyze information on a pie chart
3. Solve the pie chart problems)

6. How many shirts does the clothing merchant have?
A) 480 B) 520 C) 640 D) 390

7. What fraction of the clothing are dresses?
A) B) C) D)

8. What is the ratio of the number of T-shirts to the number of shirts?
A) 2:1
B) 3:1
C) 1:2
D) 1:3

9. How many percent of the clothing are pants and skirts?
A) 45% B) 38% C) 53% D) 26%

? 10. Are there more dresses or skirts? How many more?

Use the histogram answer numbers 1 through 5.

(Objectives:
1. Read/Interpret a histogram.
2. Choose the necessary part of the graph for a set of data, depending on the question being asked of the data
3. Interpret the graph to determine if it is showing any patterns or relationships among
the data )

1. How many students ran the one-mile run?
A) 22 B) 24 C) 26 D) 20

2. How many students ran less than:
6 minutes? ________________
7 minutes? ________________
8 minutes? ________________
9 minutes? ________________
10 minutes? ________________

3. In what time interval did the greatest number of students run the mile?

_______________

4. If you wanted to know what each student’s time was, would you be able to tell by looking at the histogram only? Explain.

____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

5. How many students ran the mile in 8 minutes or longer?
A) 1 B) 3 C) 5 D) 7

A clothing merchant has 3840 pieces of clothing of 5 types. The pie chart below represents what fraction of the clothing are of each type. PQ is the diameter of the circle on the pie chart. Use the pie chart answer numbers 6 through 10.

(Objectives:
1. Interpret data presented in pie charts
2. Analyze information on a pie chart
3. Solve the pie chart problems)

6. How many shirts does the clothing merchant have?
A) 480 B) 520 C) 640 D) 390

7. What fraction of the clothing are dresses?
A) B) C) D)

8. What is the ratio of the number of T-shirts to the number of shirts?
A) 2:1
B) 3:1
C) 1:2
D) 1:3

9. How many percent of the clothing are pants and skirts?
A) 45% B) 38% C) 53% D) 26%

? 10. Are there more dresses or skirts? How many more?