Data Handling - Lists and Frequency Tables
The modal family size in a family survey would be the most common family size. Remember 'MOdal = MOst'.

Data Handling - Lists and Frequency Tables

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Lists and frequency tables are used to analyze data. As a Math student, you will know that data collected from surveys and questionnaires needs to be put in some sort of order before it can be analyzed.

This quiz deals with drawing up and reading information from data lists and frequency tables.

1.
In a table recording responses to a questionnaire, each question should be followed by .......
the names of all people taking part in the survey
a space for the frequency of each possible answer
space for working out frequencies
separate spaces for male and female responses
2.
A football league secretary keeps a table of matches won, lost or drawn. How should he list the teams?
In alphabetical order
In order of last season's results
By color of team strip
In numerical order
Team names are qualitative data so the most sensible order is alphabetical
3.
The secretary puts the results on to a computer spreadsheet to .......
improve team performance
make the table look better
make it easier to update the league table
get the results from teams more quickly
4.
W = games won, L = lost, D = drawn. Which calculation checks the number of games played by a team so far?
W + L - D
D - (W + L)
W + L + D
W - L + D
5.
Which calculation checks the total number of matches played in the league so far?
Add up all the W, L and D values
Add up all the W and L values and divide by 2
Add the total of the W values to half the total of the D values
Add the total of the W values to the total of the D values
A drawn match will be recorded twice but all others are either won or lost
6.
2 points for a win, 1 point for a draw, nothing for a loss. Which calculation gives a team's points total so far?
W + L + D
2W + D
2(W + L)
2W + L
Remember, anything times zero is still zero
7.
In a survey of families, 3 have no children, 5 have 1, 7 have 2, 3 have 3, and 2 have 4. How many children are included in the survey?
10
24
36
39
The first three families contribute no children to the total
8.
What is the modal family size in the families survey?
No children
1 child
2 children
3 children
Modal category is another way of describing the mode or most common value
9.
In a class of 25 children, 3 boys and 2 girls are left-handed, and 10 boys are right-handed. How many girls are right-handed?
8
10
12
15
Filling in the missing number in a two-way table
10.
If the frequencies are given as percentages, what percentage of the class are left-handed?
5%
10%
15%
20%
5 out of 25 is the same as 20 out of 100 = 20%
Author:  Frank Evans

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