In a neighborhood 10 villagers were asked if how many pets they own.
The results were: 3, 2, 1, 1, 1, 4, 2, 4, 5, 2
Select the dot plot that displays the data recorded





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In a neighborhood 10 villagers were asked if how many pets they own.
The results were: 3, 2, 1, 1, 1, 4, 2, 4, 5, 2
Select the dot plot that displays the data recorded





`text{A dot represents the number of persons that owns N pets}`
`text{From the data above:}`
`text{Owns one pet = 3}`
`text{Owns two pets = 3}`
`text{Owns three pets = 1}`
`text{Owns four pets = 2}`
`text{Owns five pets = 1}`
`therefore \ text{the correct dot plot is:}`
A charity event was held for three weeks. On the first week $5000 was raised, on the second week $3500 was raised and on the last week $2000 was raised.
In the tables below, O = $500
Which table correctly shows the amount of donations raised in the 3 weeks?





`text{O represents $500 in donations.}`
`text{1st week:} \ 5000 \div 500 = 10`
`therefore \ text{Ten O symbols needed.}`
`text{2nd week:} \ 3500 \div 500 = 7`
`therefore \ text{Seven O symbols needed.}`
`text{3rd week:} \ 2000 \div 500 = 4`
`therefore \ text{Four O symbols needed.}`
In a school, a group of students were given a list of 4 subjects and asked to pick their favourite.
A table of their responses is shown below.
How many students were asked this question altogether?
`44`
`text{Mathematics} = 5 + 5 + 5 + 2 = 17`
`text{Science} = 5 + 5 = 10`
`text{English} = 5 + 1 = 6`
`text{History} = 5 + 5 + 1 = 11`
`:.\ text{Total} = 17 + 10 + 6 + 11 = 44`
Anna is captain of the chess club and keeps a record of the number of students in the club at the end of each week.
If no students have left the club, how many joined in Week 3?
3  8  9  11  19 





`8`
`text(Students in club:)`
`text(At the end of week 2) = 11`
`text(At the end of week 3) = 19`
`:.\ text(Students who joined in week 3)`
`= 19  11`
`= 8`
This graph shows the number of men and women that registered to vote before a council election on different days of the week.
On which day is the difference between the number of men and women registering closest to 55?
Monday  Tuesday  Wednesday  Thursday  Friday 





`text(Monday)`
`text(Each interval = 20 people)`
`text(Difference needs to be slightly smaller than 3 intervals.)`
`=>\ text(Monday is closest)`
Mr Newman asked his class a question and recorded the results in the table below.
Which question could Mr Newman have asked?

How many times did you do play each sport last month? 

What year did you first play each sport? 

Do you play two of the following sports? 

What is your favourite Summer sport? 
`text(What is your favourite Summer sport?)`
`text(What is your favourite Summer sport?)`
The picture graph shows how many tonnes of concrete are needed for 4 jobs.
How many more tonnes of concrete does Job 1 need than Job 3?
tonnes 
`2\ text(tonnes)`
`text(Job 1 needs 9 tonnes)`
`text(Job 2 needs 7 tonnes)`
`:.\ text(Extra tonnes)`  `= 9  7` 
`= 2\ text(tonnes)` 
Four friends were asked what pets they owned.
Who had both a cat and a budgie as pets?
Chandler  Ross  Phoebe  Monica 




`text(Monica)`
`text(Monica)`
At the start of school, every child chooses one sport.
The table shows how many children chose each sport.
Select the statement that is true.

Less than half the boys chose soccer. 

Half as many girls as boys chose Athletics. 

In total, 70 children chose soccer. 

The same number of boys and girls are at the school. 
`text(The same number of boys and girls are at the school.)`
`text(The true statement is:)`
`=>\ text(The same number of boys and girls)`
`text(are at the school.)`
On a school camp, each child chose their meal for dinner.
The table shows how many children chose each meal.
Select the statement that is true.

Less girls than boys chose nuggets. 

In total 30 children chose nuggets. 

Less than half the boys chose the chicko roll. 

In total, there are the same number of girls on the trip as boys. 
`text(The true statement is:)`
`=>\ text(Less than half the boys chose)`
`text(the chicko roll.)`
`text(The true statement is:)`
`=>\ text(Less than half the boys chose the chicko roll.)`
Bruno is in Year 5. He wants to know the most popular colour for boys in Year 5.
Which of these would best help Bruno to know the answer?

Ask all the Year 5 boys and girls. 

Ask the Year 5 teachers. 

Ask all the Year 5 boys. 

Ask all the boys in his school. 
`text(Ask all the Year 5 boys.)`
`text(The best data will come from Year 5 boys.)`
`:.\ text(He should ask all the Year 5 boys.)`
Seven buttons, numbered 1 to 7, are placed in a bag.
Shelley picks four buttons out of the bag without looking and without replacement.
The first button is number 6.
Which of the following cannot happen?

The second button is odd and higher than the first number picked. 

The third button is even. 

The second button is 1. 

The third button is even and higher than the first number picked. 
`text(The third button is even and higher than the first number picked.)`
`text(6 is picked first. The next higher even number is 8.)`
`text{There is not a number 8 button in the bag.}`
`:.\ text(The third button cannot be even and higher than the)`
`text(first number picked.)`
The goals scored by 4 players in a season of soccer were recorded in the graph below.
Simon scored 6 goals in the season.
Gigi scored 3 goals.
How many more goals did Henry score than Fiona?
`5`
The goals scored by 4 players in a season of soccer were recorded in the graph below.
Fiona scored 8 goals in the season.
Simon scored 5 goals.
How many more goals did Henry score than Gigi?
`5`
Nine school children were asked how many brothers and sisters they have in their family.
Their answers were: 1, 1, 3, 0, 4, 2, 2, 1, 0
Which of the dot plots below correctly displays the data?




`text(Writing the data in order:)`
`0, 0, 1, 1, 1, 2, 2, 3, 4`
Dippa arrived at Toorak station at 11:00 am and caught the next train to Southbank.
At what time did Dippa arrive at Southbank station?
`11:22`  `11:30`  `11:46`  `11:58` 




`11:58`
`text(Arriving at Toorak at 11:00 am,)`
`=>\ text(Train A has already left)`
`=>\ text(Train B doesn't stop at Southbank)`
`=>\ text(Train C doesn't stop at Toorak)`
`=>\ text(Train D arrives at 11:58 am)`
`:.\ text(He arrives at 11:58 am.)`
Tim was recording the colour of cars that drove past his school in 1 hour.
In the hour, Tim saw 14 blue, 8 silver and 6 white cars.
In the tables below, `text(X)` = 2 cars.
Which table correctly shows the number of cars that Tim saw?




`text(S)text(ince)\ X = 2\ text(cars,)`
`text(14 Blue cars)`  `= 7 xx text(X)` 
`text(8 Silver cars)`  `= 4 xx text(X)` 
`text(6 White cars)`  `= 3 xx text(X)` 
The bottles in Leisa's fridge are pictured below.
Leisa decides to make a graph where each bar represents one type of bottle in her fridge.
Leisa makes an error when creating the graph.
What should Leisa do to correct the error?

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

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

The thickness of each bar should vary, depending on the number of bottles. 

Remove the 'Water' category since tonic water and soda water are already shown. 
`text(Remove the 'Water' category since tonic water and)`
`text(soda water are already shown.)`
`text(Remove the 'Water' category since tonic water and)`
`text(soda water are already shown.)`
Four students recorded the number of times they participated in different sports in one week in the table below.
In total, which sport was participated in the most times?
AFL  Soccer  Tennis  Netball 




`text(Tennis)`
`text(Times each sport was played:)`
`text(AFL  9)`
`text(Soccer  10)`
`text(Tennis  12)`
`text(Netball  6)`
`:.\ text(Tennis was participated in the most.)`