# Describing Data Quiz 90%

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Staff from the school newspaper is taking a poll to find out how students in the school are going to vote in the upcoming election for class president. Which group would best represent a sample population? Every tenth student staying after school. Every tenth student in the library at lunch. Every tenth student in the main hallway between class. Every tenth student in the student section at the school football game.
Every tenth student in the main hallway between class.
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Gustavo is in a contest where he will win one of four possible prizes. He creates a four-part spinner to represent the four prizes that he has an equal chance of winning: a video game system, a bicycle, a watch, and a gift card. He spins the spinner several times to demonstrate the likelihood of winning a certain prize. What is true about Gustavo's data collection? Gustavo used an experiment where the data is qualitative. Gustavo used an experiment where the data is quantitative. Gustavo used a simulation where the data is qualitative. Gustavo used a simulation where the data is quantitative.
Gustavo used a simulation where the data is qualitative.
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Irina's basketball team has a 1 in 6 chance of winning the first-place trophy. She rolled a six-sided number cube repeatedly, assigning her team a number from 1 to 6 to demonstrate the probability that her team would win. Which method did she use to collect her data? survey simulation experiment observational study
simulation
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Valeriya wants to determine the likely voting outcome for the new town council election. Which sample is likely to yield the most biased results? every tenth person working for the largest corporation in town ten people chosen at random from each page of the town's phone list every tenth person walking down Main Street in town on a variety of days and times of the day ten eligible voters chosen at random from each of the different neighborhoods in town
every tenth person working for the largest corporation in town
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Which sample fairly represents the population? Select two options. measuring the height of every fiftieth person on the school roster to determine the average height of the boys in the school calling every third person on the soccer team's roster to determine how many of the team members have completed their fundraising assignment observing every person walking down Main Street at 5 p.m. one evening to determine the percentage of people who wear glasses sending a confidential e-mail survey to every one-hundredth parent in the school district to determine the overall satisfaction of the residents of the town taking a poll in the lunch room (where all students currently have to eat lunch) to determine the number of students who want to be able to leave campus during lunch
NOT: -sending a confidential e-mail survey to every one-hundredth parent in the school district to determine the overall satisfaction of the residents of the town -taking a poll in the lunch room (where all students currently have to eat lunch) to determine the number of students who want to be able to leave campus during lunch
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An Internet and cable-television supplier surveyed a random sample of their customers. The results are shown in the table. Which statement about the two-way frequency table is true? The survey represents quantitative data. There is a greater percentage of Internet customers who are not satisfied than cable television customers who are not satisfied. About half of the customers surveyed are cable-television customers. About one-fourth of the cable-television customers are not satisfied.
About one-fourth of the cable-television customers are not satisfied.
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Which is an example of a survey involving quantitative data? the favorite food of each person the number of cavities each person has had the color of the walls in each person's bedroom the type of car that each person owns