# 5th Grade Math Ohio Achievement Test Data Analysis And Probability: Question Preview (ID: 17746)

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Mr. Reid wants to know which dessert the students in his class like best. Which data would not be shown in a graph of desserts the students like? |
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a) the price of the desserts | b) the dessert students like best | c) the number of students surveyed | d) the dessert students like second best | |

Ms. Benitez's class recorded the temperature for several mornings at 9:00 a.m. The temperature the class recorded are shown. 61, 63, 62, 65, 66, 61, 60. What is the mode of the data the class collected? |
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a) 60 | b) 61 | c) 62 | d) 65 | |

Which group of numbers has the greatest median? |
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a) 2, 5, 5, 5, 6 | b) 2, 3, 7, 9, 10 | c) 4, 4, 6, 6, 7 | d) 3, 5, 8, 9, 9 | |

Jill's teacher said there are 12 ways to pair one member of Team A and one member of Team B for chess matches. Jill knows that there are 4 members on Team A. How many members must Team B have? |
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a) 3 | b) 4 | c) 8 | d) 12 | |

Margo has 3 blue marbles, 4 green marbles and 5 red marbles in a bag. She randomly selects 1 marble. What is the probability that the marble is green or red? |
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a) 1/12 | b) 4/12 | c) 5/12 | d) 9/12 | |

Beverly writes each letter of her name on a separate index card, as shown B E V E R L Y She puts all the cards in a bag. She randomly pulls out one card. What is the probability that the card is an E? |
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a) 1/2 | b) 2/5 | c) 1/7 | d) 2/7 | |

Rachel flipped a coin 50 times and recorded the number of times it landed on tails. She recorded 28 tails. Which statement describes the reasonableness of this result? |
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a) It is reasonable because 28 is close to half of 50. | b) It is reasonable because there will be more tails than heads. | c) It is not reasonable because she will get 25 tails. | d) It is not reasonable because she flipped the coin too many times. | |

Craig tossed a coin 16 times. The coin landed on heads 6 times. How does the number of heads Craig obtained compare with the number of heads expected? |
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a) 1 fewer head than expected | b) 2 fewer heads than expected | c) 10 fewer heads than expected | d) exact amount | |

Janet has 30 cards. There are 15 blue cards and 15 green cards. Janet pulls out a card, notes the color and returns the card. After pulling 10 times, she has noted 6 blue cards and 4 green cards. Which statement describes if this result is reasonable |
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a) It is reasonable because both 6 and 4 are close to 5. | b) It is reasonable because 6 is more than 4. | c) It is not reasonable because she will always get 5 blue cards and 5 green cards. | d) It is not reasonable because she did not pick enough cards. | |

Samantha has different colored buttons in a bag. The probabilities of picking each color are shown in the table. Samantha picks a button without looking in the bag. Which color is she least likely to pick from the bag? Refer to page 17. |
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a) black | b) red | c) white | d) yellow | |

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