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Students in Year 7 were surveyed to find out how much time they spent studying each day.
How many students spent one hour or more studying each day?
`2`  `4`  `5`  `6` 




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In Wadonga, there are 29 538 people.
Each day, the average person uses 168 litres of water.
Which of these gives the best estimate for the total number of litres of water used in Wadonga each day?
`30\ 000 xx 200`  `30\ 000 xx 100`  `30\ 000 ÷ 200`  `30\ 000 ÷ 100` 




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Quinn owns a cafe.
He wants to estimate the number of females that drink coffee at his store each morning.
Which method of data collection should he use?

Count the number of females walking past the cafe each morning. 

Survey the employees about how many females they estimate enter the cafe each morning. 

Survey the bakery next door about the number of females they serve each morning. 

Count the number of females that enter the cafe at different times of the morning. 

Count the number of females that enter the cafe at different times throughout the day. 
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Clive and Alvin asked their friends how many books they had read in the past month.
Clive draws a picture graph to show the results for his friends.
Alvin draws a column graph to show the results for his friends.
How many more of Clive's friends read 34 books in the last month than Alvin's friends?
`0`  `4`  `6`  `8` 




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Melinda and Cathy run the 100 metre sprint in their school athletics carnival.
A device tracks their progress and the results are graphed below.
Melinda starts quickly and passes the 75 metre mark after 10 seconds, slowing down as the race progresses.
Cathy is slower but runs the whole race at the same speed.
How long after Melinda did Cathy pass the 75 metre mark in the race?
seconds 
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The graph shows the origin and type of all vehicles in a city.
Which statement is most accurate based on the graph?

There are more utility vehicles than trucks and vans. 

Utility vehicles are the most common type of vehicles 

There are more Australian vehicles than European vehicles. 

There are more Asian vehicles than European vehicles. 
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The Stars and the Thunder are playing cricket in a 20 over competition.
The stemandleaf plots show the number of runs each side has scored in their last 15 games.
Select all the true statements about the data.

The Stars had the lowest run score. 

The Stars had the highest run score. 

The Stars scored over 135 runs more times than the Thunder. 

The median score for The Stars is higher than the median score for The Thunder. 

The range of scores for The Stars is smaller than the range of scores for The Thunder. 
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This graph shows a company's profit over a four year period.
Which conclusion can be reached from the graph?

The profit in Year 2 was one third of the profit in Year 1. 

The profit fell by 50% from Year 3 to Year 4. 

The profits were positive in Years 1 and 3, and negative in Years 2 and 4. 

The profits were greater than $60 000 in the period between Year 1 and Year 4. 
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The bottles in Renee's fridge are pictured below.
Renee decides to make a graph where each bar represents one type of bottle in her fridge.
Renee makes an error when creating the graph.
What should Renee do to correct the error?

Make each category bar a different colour. 

Change the title to 'Number of bottles in the fridge by volume'. 

Change the 'Number of bottles' label to 'Volume of bottles'. 

Remove the 'Juice' category since orange juice and apple juice are already shown. 
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The mean (average) of four numbers is 26.
One more number is added and the mean number becomes 27.
The number added is?
`26`  `27`  `31`  `53` 




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During picking season, four groups of people were hired to pick apples.
A group will receive a bonus if they pick more than 24 apples per person in a 10minute period.
The table below shows the total amount of apples picked by each group in the first 10 minutes.
Which group would have received a bonus in the first 10minute period?
`text(A)`  `text(B)`  `text(C)`  `text(D)` 




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Lea collects comic books.
She sells some of them.
The selling prices are listed below.
`$5, \ $7, \ $7, \ $7, \ $9, \ $12, \ $12, \ $14, \ $35`
What is their mean (average) price?
`$9`  `$10`  `$11`  `$12` 




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Curly measures the position of glaciers in the antarctic.
His measurements showed that in 1 full year, a glacier moved 88 cm.
On average, how many centimetres did the glacier move per day?
`0.24\ text(cm)`  `0.88\ text(cm)`  `1.6\ text(cm)`  `7.3\ text(cm)` 




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Manuela weaves baskets to sell at the markets.
She weaves the same number of baskets each week.
At the end of each week she adds a point to the graph below that records the total amount of baskets she has weaved over all weeks combined.
What will be the exact total amount of baskets weaved by Manuella at the end of week 9.
Baskets 
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In 2015, the population of Australia was estimated at 24 million.
The amount of milk consumed in 2015 was 78 million litres.
The average amount of milk consumed by one person in 2015 was closest to

`text(0.3 litres)` 

`text(3 litres)` 

`text(30 litres)` 

`text(300 litres)` 
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Over 5 games, Ramesh recorded the following scores when playing cricket.
`28, \ 30, \ 33, \ 1, \ 18`
What was his mean score?
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A soccer competition has six teams playing on the same day.
The table below shows the draw.
If no match ends in a draw, which of the following is possible?

Tigers and Lions are the only teams that lose. 

Lions and Cheetahs both lose. 

Meerkats and Civets both win. 

Lions, Leopards, Civets and Tigers all win. 
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Each bar on this graph shows the population of a country and the population of its capital city.
The white section is the population that lives in the capital city.
The black section is the population that lives outside the capital city.
Which of the following countries has the highest percentage of its population living in its capital city?

`text(Australia)` 

`text(Belgium)` 

`text(France)` 

`text(England)` 