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Question : The numbers of minutes Maria spent looking on the internet for gifts for her family during : 2163594

MULTIPLE CHOICE. Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the question.

Find the mean. Round to the nearest tenth when necessary.

1) The numbers of points Dee scored playing basketball over the last four games were as follows: 17, 1, 22, 17

A) Mean = 14.8 points

B) Mean = 12.8 points

C) Mean = 14.3 points

D) Mean = 19.3 points

2) The numbers of tickets sold in the five days preceding the play were as follows: 72, 54, 72, 93, 54

A) Mean = 69.5 tickets

B) Mean = 69 tickets

C) Mean = 68.5 tickets

D) Mean = 86.3 tickets

3) The numbers of miles John ran over the last six days were as follows: 5, 6, 9, 6, 13, 10

A) Mean = 6.7 miles

B) Mean = 9.8 miles

C) Mean = 8.2 miles

D) Mean = 8.7 miles

4) The numbers of calls from telemarketers Lori received over the last seven weeks were as follows: 15, 10, 8, 14, 4, 2, 4

A) Mean = 9.5 calls

B) Mean = 8.1 calls

C) Mean = 7.6 calls

D) Mean = 9.6 calls

5) The weights in pounds of the five books in Lynn's backpack are as follows: 1.6, 2.1, 2.6, 3.3, 2.6

A) Mean = 2 pounds

B) Mean = 2.9 pounds

C) Mean = 2.4 pounds

D) Mean = 1.9 pounds

6) The population on a certain tropical island has increased significantly over the last 30 years. An increase in population is projected for 2020. Find an approximate value for the mean population from 1980 to 2020 by using all of the values in the following chart.

A) Mean = 133,800

B) Mean = 99,600

C) Mean = 167,250

D) Mean = 124,500

7) Lucinda and Kristen traveled to the West Coast during the summer. The number of miles they drove and the number of gallons of gas they used are recorded in the following chart. Find the average miles per gallon by dividing the total number of miles driven by the total number of gallons of gas used.

A) 18.1 mi/gal

B) 32.2 mi/gal

C) 28.9 mi/gal

D) 23.9 mi/gal

Find the grade point average. Round to the nearest tenth when necessary.

8) The grades are given for a student for a particular semester. Find the grade point average. Assume the grade point values are A = 4, B = 3, C = 2, D = 1, and F = 0.

A) 3.6

B) 1.6

C) 18

D) 1.8

Find the median. Round to the nearest tenth when necessary.

9) 12, 18, 30, 49, 64, 68, 77

A) Median = 49

B) Median = 45.9

C) Median = 64

D) Median = 30

10) 536, 587, 589, 529, 561

A) Median = 536

B) Median = 589

C) Median = 587

D) Median = 561

11) 19.1, 19.4, 18.6, 18.8, 19.1, 18.7

A) Median = 37.9

B) Median = 19.1

C) Median = 18.95

D) Median = 18.8

12) The numbers of vehicles passing though a toll booth in one hour for five consecutive hours are as follows: 6, 15, 23, 32, 42

A) Median = 23 vehicles

B) Median = 32 vehicles

C) Median = 24.2 vehicles

D) Median = 15 vehicles

13) The numbers of vehicles passing though a toll booth in one hour for seven consecutive hours are as follows: 2, 4, 20, 25, 36, 37, 48

A) Median = 36 vehicles

B) Median = 20 vehicles

C) Median = 25.1 vehicles

D) Median = 25 vehicles

14) The numbers of minutes Maria spent looking on the internet for gifts for her family during the last six days are as follows: 7, 12, 27, 29, 34, 50

A) Median = 22.5 minutes

B) Median = 29 minutes

C) Median = 27 minutes

D) Median = 28 minutes

15) The prices of the same computer game sold at several different stores or on online were as follows: $58.99 $52.99 $47.99 $56.99 $61.99 $51.99 $49.99 $56.99 and $46.99

A) $51.99

B) $46.99

C) $52.99

D) $56.99

16) A national safety organization records the number of motor vehicle accidents that take place each year in a certain country. An example of this data is recorded in the following chart. Determine the median number of accidents that occur per year based on this data.

A) 12,400,000

B) 11,400,000

C) 11,300,000

D) 11,500,000

Find the mode.

17) 20, 22, 46, 22, 49, 22, 49

A) The mode is 49.

B) The mode is 32.9.

C) The mode is 46.

D) The mode is 22.

18) 92, 25, 92, 13, 25, 29, 56, 92

A) The mode is 53.

B) The mode is 92.

C) The mode is 42.5.

D) The mode is 25.

19) 87, 44, 32, 44, 29, 87

A) The two modes are 87 and 44.

B) The mode is 87.

C) The mode is 44.

D) The mode is 53.8.

20) 387, 362, 332, 362, 329, 387

A) The mode is 359.8.

B) The mode is 387.

C) The two modes are 387 and 362.

D) The mode is 362.

21) The last seven computer games sold at the local electronics store cost $20, $29, $46, $29, $49, $29, $49.

A) The mode is $35.90.

B) The mode is $46.

C) The mode is $29.

D) The mode is $49.

22) The last eight televisions sold at a local electronics store cost $381, $349, $430, $349, $349, $381, $349, $349.

A) The mode is 353.5.

B) The two modes are 349 and 381.

C) The mode is 381.

D) The mode is 349.