Topic: Data Analysis and Probability  >>  Make and justify valid inferences, predictions, and arguments based on statistical analysis.

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Brad's scores on 4 different math tests are plotted in the graph. What do you expect his score to be on the 5th test?View Details
Brian goes to church once in the morning and once in the evening. Predict the number of times he would go to church in a week.
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Change in the number of Sarah's friends as she progresses through grades is represented in the line graph. Predict the change in Sarah's friends in grade 6.View Details
Charles could answer 3 out of 6 questions on the first page correctly in his math test. Based on these results, predict how many of the questions he answers correctly, if the test paper has 2 pages in all, with 6 questions on each page.View Details
Charlie eats lot of chocolates. His mother started noting down the number of chocolates he eats every day. She noticed that on Monday, he ate 13 chocolates; on Tuesday, 16; and on Wednesday, 19. Predict the number of chocolates he would eat on Thursday.
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Charlie goes for walk once in the morning and once in the evening. Predict the number of times he would go for walk in 20 days.
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Frank's scores in 5 tests are 71, 73, 74, 78, and 82. What do you think will be his score in the 6th test?View Details
From the graph shown, predict the distance the car will cover in 4 hours.
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How many students do you think would pass in the 7th test?View Details
Irena's scores in her weekly math tests are 27, 34, 57, and 79 out of 100. Predict what will happen to her score in the next weekly test.View Details
Jim's scores in 4 grades are plotted in the graph. What would be his score in the 5th grade?
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Jimmy recorded the monthly sales of his pet shop in the graph. What do you expect the sales to be in June?
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Mr. Henry takes his family out for a movie once in a week. Predict the number of times he would take his family out for a movie in a month.View Details
One of Justin's hobbies is sleeping. He sleeps for about 11 hours a day. Predict the number of hours he would sleep in a week.View Details
The cost of a product in the years 1999 to 2002 is given in the table. Predict the cost of the product in the year 2004.
YearCost of the product (In $)
199928
200031
200133
200234
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The cost of a product over a 4-year period is given in the table. Predict the cost of the product in the year 2004.

YearCost of the product (in $)
199924
200027
200130
200233
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The graph shows the monthly sales in Arthur's pet store. Predict the sales in June.View Details
The graph shows the number of subscribers for a magazine during the first five weeks of its publication. Predict the number of subscribers for the sixth week.View Details
The graph shows the number of subscribers for a magazine for the past five months. Predict the number of subscribers for the month of June.
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The graph shows the number of tickets sold each day at a theater.
What do you think could be the number of tickets sold on the sixth day?
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The graph shows the yearly sales in Jim's book store. Predict the sales in the year 2005.View Details
The line graph shows the number of pizzas sold at a bakery. Predict the number of pizzas sold on Friday.
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The line graph shows the population of a city from the year 1980 through 2000. Predict the population in the year 2005.View Details
The number of books sold by a books store during the last five days is shown in the table. Predict the number of books sold for saturday.
DayNumber of Books Sold
Monday100
Tuesday95
Wednesday90
Thursday85
Friday80

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The number of new friends Henry made each day after joining school is shown in the line graph. How many friends will Henry make on Friday?
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The production of a cereal for different years is shown in the graph. Predict the amount of cereal produced for the year 2002.View Details
The production of wool in a factory for different years is shown in the graph. Predict the amount of wool produced for the year 2002.
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The profit earned by a company during the last five months is shown in the table. Predict the profit for the month of August.
MonthProfit Earned(in ten thousand dollars)
March3
April7
May11
June15
July19
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The table shows the math scores of Jamie in 4 class tests. Predict Jamie′s math score for the fifth class test.
TestMath Score
First Test80
Second Test84
Third Test88
Fourth Test92

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The table shows the quantity of cotton exported in different years. Predict the quantity of cotton export for the year 2003.
YearQuantity of Cotton(in million tons)
199810
199915
200020
200125
200230

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The table shows the quantity of wool exported in different years. Predict the quantity of wool export for the year 2003.
Year Quantity of Wool(in million tons)
199810
199915
200020
200125
200230

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The variation in the price of a product for the last five weeks is represented in a graph shown. Predict the price for the sixth week.View Details
The variation in the price of Lawson's share is shown in the graph. Predict the price of the share for the month of June.View Details
Use the graph to predict the distance the car can cover in 4 hours.View Details
Use the graph to predict the population in the year 2010.
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Use the graph to predict the sales of soft toys in the month of May.
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What grade do you think Mark will get on the fifth test?
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