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Catherine scored 156 and 197 for her first two bowling games. What score will she have to achieve on her third game to have an average of 202?
a) 205 b) 185 c) 253 d) 223
Catherine scored 141 adn 182 for her first two bowling games. What score will she have to achieve on her third game to have an average of 187?
a) 238 b) 208 c) 170 d) 190
A group of four items has a mean of 61. What would the value of the fifth item have to be in order to produce a mean of 66?
a) 86 b) 25 c) 30 d) 89
A group of seven items has a mean of 87. What would the value of the eighth item have to be in order to produce a mean of 84?
a) 24 b) 63 c) 28 d) 69
Catherine scored 152 and 165 for her first two bowling games. What score will she have to achieve on her third game to have an average of 170?
a) 163 b) 182 c) 193 d) 162
You weigh six packages to find the weights to be 26, 18, 58, 22, 54, and 50 ounces. If you include a package that weighs 122 ounces, will will increase more?
a) The median increases more. b) The mean increases more. c) The median and mean will stay the same. d) The median and the mean are affected the same amount.
Name the outliers in the data. 58, 63, 114, 60, 76, 61, 66, 61, 72, 74, 58, 67, 70
a) 76 and 114 b) 114 c) 58 d) There are no outliers.
Which number or set of numbers would produce a median of 27 when included in the following data? 42, 41, 27, 49, 58, 51
a) 14, 23, 17, 22, and 13 b) 14, 23, 17, and 13 c) 35, 36, 39, 38, and 12 d) 27 is already the median
Which number or set of numbers would produce a median of 54 when included in the following data? 43, 64, 52, 31, 72, 54, 68
a) 51 and 52 b) 53 c) 62 and 60 d) 54 is already the median
You weigh six packages to find the weights to be 14, 10, 30, 12, 28, and 26 ounces. If you include a package that weighs 34 ounces, which will increase more?
a) The median and the mean will stay the same. b) The median increases more. c) The mean increases more. d) The median and the mean are affected the same amount.
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