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```					                        Grade Four Math Test #6
Data Analysis

Name ________________________                       Date ____________

1.   (PFA 3)Zach is making snack mix for a bake sale. The graph below
shows how many cups of each ingredient he needs for one batch and
for two batches. Complete the table to show how much he needs for
up to 5 batches.

# of Batches Corn      Teddy         Raisins      M&M’s   Peanuts
Puffs     Grahams
1         6          3               1        2        1
2        12          6               2        4        2
3
4
5

2.   (DAP 1)Kelly and Jon wanted to find out how many pets are owned by
the students in their class. They found out there are 10 dogs, 5
cats, 2 gerbils, 1 snake, and 2 rabbits. Make a graph to show the
results of their survey. Remember to include a title for your graph.

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3.   (DAP 2)   Make a line plot representing the following scores.
85, 85, 95, 70, 100, 100, 95, 90, 95, 70,85, 65, 90, 50, 95

4.   (DAP 6)Describe the data on your line plot. Make sure you include
the range, median, and mode, as well as any information about clumps
or holes.
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5.   (DAP 7) The 4th graders at Lincoln School planted flower seeds for
Mother’s Day. Before they took them home, they measured the
plants to see how tall they were. Here are their results, measured
in centimeters.

6, 10, 7, 7, 8, 4, 8, 9, 6, 10, 6

What is the median plant height? ___________

6.   (DAP 8)The lists below show the total number of baskets made by
each player during a basketball game at Bigelow Hill School. From
the results, find the median, mode and range for each team.

Red Team                 Blue Team
4                        5
6                        3
3                        8
6                        1
5                        3

Which team has the greater median score? ________________
How much greater? ________
What is the mode for the blue team? _______
Which team had a wider range of scores? _________________
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7. (DAP 3) The Jones family can’t decide where to go. This chart shows
which family members want to go to each of two places. Draw a
Venn diagram showing who wants to go where.

Cedar Point                King’s Island
Steve                      Jon
Kevin                      Sara
Sara                       Steve
Mrs. Jones                 Mr. Jones
Jon                        Grandpa



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8. (DAP 4) The following data represents the number of students
absent for one week in November. Monday- 12, Tuesday- 15,
Wednesday- 9, Thursday- 3, Friday- 21. This data is represented
above as well as on the line graph below.

Number of Students
Absent November 7-11.

22                                                         Se ri es 1
20
18
16
14
12
10
8
6
4
2
Mon day   Tu esd ay Wed nesday Th ursda y   Fri day

Tyler thinks the graph is a better way to represent the data. Tell
whether you agree or disagree with Tyler and tell why.

_______________________________________________

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9. (DAP 5) Look at the graph and answer the questions.

Fish Caught at Summer Camp
Logan

Ashton

Mike
Steve

Andy

Key:        = 2 fish

How many more fish did Andy catch than Steve? ___________

How many fish did Logan catch? __________________

Who caught 10 fish? _____________

How many fish were caught all together? ________________

10. (DAP 9) If I flip a coin 20 times and record the results, what results
should I expect to get?

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11. (DAP 10) If I roll a number cube, what are the chances of:

rolling a 3? _____________

rolling an even number? _________________

rolling a 10? _________________________

rolling a composite number? _________________

12. (DAP 11) Use the probability line below to show the probability of
each event happening. Write the number of the sentence on the
appropriate line.

0________________________________________1

_______                _________                   _______

1. Get tails when you flip a coin.

2. Get a seven when you roll a single die.

3. Get a number less than 7 when you roll a single die.

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13. (DAP 12) Use the words certain, likely, unlikely, and impossible to
describe the likelihood of selecting each of the following color of
marbles.

Red _________________         Blue _____________________

Green _______________         Blue or red ________________

14. (DAP 13) Scott’s mom is making lunches. She notices she has
bologna, ham, and turkey sandwiches, grapes, kiwi, and apples for fruit,
and milk, or fruit punch for drinks. If each lunch contains one
sandwich, one fruit, and one drink, how many lunch combinations are
there?

_____________________ lunch combinations

List all the combinations:

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Data Analysis

1.        3 points. 1 point for each row.

18        9      3      6      3
24        12     4      8      4
30        15     5      10     5

2.        4 points. 1 point for title, 1 point for scale, 1 point for labels, 1 point for
correctly representing data.

3.     2 points. 1 point for having a line plot. 1 point for correctly displaying
data.
X
X            X
X                     X     X      X      X
X                  X     X                     X     X      X      X
50        55   60     65     70     75      80    85     90     95     100

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4.      4 points. 1 point for correctly identifying 4 out of 5 of the following:
range, mode, median, clumps, holes.

This line plot represents a list of scores. The range of the data is from 50-
100. The mode, or most common is 95. The median, or exact middle is 90.
There are holes at 55-60 and 75-80. There are clumps at 65-70 and 85-
100.

5.      2 points. 1 point for correct answer (8). 1 point for showing work.

4   6     6     7      7      8     8      9      9     10     10

6.      4 points: Red Team
2
3
Blue Team

7.      2 points: 1 point for correctly labeled Venn diagram. 1 point for having
names in correct sections.

8.      2 Points: The graph is easier to read and understand because if I want to
know which day had the least number of students absent or which had
the most students absent, I can see it right away.

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9.        4 points:         12
6
Ashton
48

11.       4 points:      1 out of 6
3 out of 6, or 1 out of 2
0 out of 6
2 out of 6, or 1 out of 3
12.       3 points

0                                                                       1

2                                  1                                    3

13.         4 points:       Red-Likely             Blue-Unlikely
Green-impossible       Blue or red-certain

14.         2 points: 1 point for correct answer (18). 1 point for listing combinations.

bologna, grapes, milk                  bologna, grapes, fruit punch
bologna, kiwi, milk                    bologna, kiwi, fruit punch
bologna, apples, mile                  bologna, apples, fruit punch

ham, grapes, milk                      ham, grapes, fruit punch
ham, kiwi, milk                        ham, kiwi, fruit punch
ham, apples, milk                      ham, apples, fruit punch

turkey, grapes, milk                   turkey, grapes, fruit punch
turkey, kiwi, milk                     turkey, kiwi, fruit punch
turkey, apples, milk                   turkey, apples, fruit punch

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