CH1 Math 22-23
 1. At Dunkin Donuts the number of donut holes in a bag can vary. Help Mr. Miller find the mode. 12,10,10,10, 13, 12, 11, 13, 10A) 13B) 12C) 11D) 102. Which number is NOT the mean, median, mode or range of the data set 4,3 15, 11, 3, 8,7, 5?A) 12B) 7C) 11D) 33. What is the MODE?A) The MiddleB) The AverageC) Biggest-SmallestD) Occurs the most4. If a data set has an odd number of items there will be a true middle or media. If the data set has an even number of items you have to average the two middle numbers to get the median?A) FALSEB) TRUE5. What is the MEAN?A) Occurs the mostB) The Number in the MiddleC) Biggest-SmallestD) The Average6. Find the RANGE: 5, 15, 10,20, 15, 10, 15A) 10B) 15C) 5D) 137. Find the MODE: 67,74,95,98,98,99,102A) 90.4B) 98C) 35D) 928. Find the MEDIAN of these numbers: 4, 2, 7, 4, 3A) 4B) 2C) 5D) 79. A data set can have more than one mode:A) FALSEB) TRUE10. What is the definition of the RANGE?A) The AverageB) The middle numberC) The number that occurs the mostD) The difference of the largest and smallest numbers11. To find the average of a set of numbers, add up all the items and divide by...A) 2B) The minimumC) The number of itemsD) The maximum12. What is the Mode of the following data set? 5,7,7,8,12,12,5,6,13,12A) 12B) 7C) No modeD) 513. Find the MEAN of these numbers...5, 11, 2, 12, 4, 2A) 4B) 4.5C) 6D) 4.114. Find the MEAN of these numbers...2, 57, 38, 42, 6A) 145B) 29C) 50D) 3815. The middle number of an ordered set of data is called what?A) MEDIANB) MODEC) AVERAGED) MEAN16. Find the MEAN of the data set. 31, 20, 51, 31, 27A) 32B) 30C) 27D) 5117. Find the MEAN: 28, 18, 19, 18, 17A) 19B) 20C) 18D) 1118. Find the MODE: 5, 0, 9, 9, 3, 0, 5, 5, 4A) 7B) 3C) 9D) 519. Find the MEDIAN: 5, 6, 3, 9, 0, 4, 1, 2, 7A) 4B) 4.1C) 5D) 4.520. What is the definition of the MEAN?A) The AverageB) The difference between the highest and the lowest numbersC) CIAD) The Middle Number
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