**Question**

The data listed below represents the distance from a cityÂ taxi depot (to the nearest mile)Â by the number of hours since aÂ taxi left the depot to pick up passengers.

Â Number of Hours | Â Number of Miles |

0 | 0 |

1 | 3 |

4 | 6 |

5 | 10 |

6 | 5 |

7 | 3 |

10 | 2 |

Create the corresponding line graph to represent this data below.

Provide your answer below:

**Question**

According to the information above, which of the following isÂ an appropriate analysis of the taxi’s distance?

Select the correct answer below:

- From the data, the taxi was closest, in miles, from the depot afterÂ 10Â hours.
- From the data, the taxi was farthest, in miles, from the depot afterÂ 4Â hours.
- From the data, the taxi was closest, in miles, from the depot afterÂ 5Â hours.
- From the data, the taxi was farthest, in miles, from the depot afterÂ 5Â hours.

**Question**

The bar graph below shows the number of men and women in different clubs.

Provide your answer below:

**Question**

The bar graph below shows the number of men and women in different classes.

Provide your answer below:

**Question**

Gail is a car salesperson, who keeps track of her sales over time. The line graph below shows the data for the number of cars she sells per week.

At what week were her salesÂ 8? Do not include the unit in your answer.

Answer:

**Question**

Porter is keeping track of the total number of books he has read over time. The line graph below shows the data.

How many books did Porter read from monthÂ 2Â toÂ 5? Do not include the unit in your answer

Answer:

**Question**

The bar graph below shows the number of men and women in different classes.

How many total students are in the computer science class? Do not include the units in your answer.

Answer:

**Question**

A gym is conducting research on their customer’s preferred work-out routine during the week. The following table shows the preferred work-outs for the selected gym customers.

Activity | Frequency |

Running | 22 |

Swimming | 16 |

Walking | 11 |

Weight Lifting | 8 |

Aerobics | 5 |

Create the corresponding bar graphÂ to represent this data below. Drag the dots on the top of the bar graph to create the chart.

Answer:

**Question**

If the gym was going to expand only one part of their gym to provide more space, which area should they most likely expand?

- According to the data, the gym should expand the pool.
- According to the data, the gym should expand the weight room.
- According to the data, the gym should expand the runner’s track.
- According to the data, the gym should expand the aerobics room.

**Question**

Alice is keeping track of the total number of books she has read over time. The line graph below shows the data.

How many books did Alice read from monthÂ 2Â toÂ 3? Do not include the unit in your answer.

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**Question**

Marc is keeping track of the total number of movies he has watched over time. The line graph below shows the data where the number of movies corresponds to the number of movies that had been watched at theÂ **beginning**Â of the week shown on the horizontal axis.

How many movies did Marc watch between the beginning of weekÂ 1Â and the beginning of weekÂ 5? Do not include the unit in your answer.

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Julie is keeping track of the total amount of money she has saved over time. The line graph below shows the data.

At what month did Julie’s savings reachÂ $2300?

Answer:

**Question**

The data listed below represents the growth of aÂ plant (in inches) by the length of time music was playedÂ (in hours).

Â Â Â Music Length (in hours) | Â Â Â Plant Growth (in inches) |

0 | 0 |

3.2 | 1.2 |

4.6 | 3.4 |

5.2 | 4.9 |

6.1 | 5.4 |

Create the corresponding line graph to represent this data below.

Answer:

**Question**

According to the information above, which of the following isÂ an appropriate analysis about plant growth and music?

Select the correct answer below:

- From the data, when the length of music decreased, the plantÂ grew taller.
- From the data, the plant’s growth remained constant as the length of music increased.
- From the data, when the length of music increased, the plantÂ grew taller.
- This information cannot be determined from the graph.
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**Question**

A travel agencyÂ is conducting research on how many times families went on vacation during the last year. The following table shows the number of times sampled families wentÂ on vacation.

Vacation | Frequency |

None | 3 |

Once | 11 |

Twice | 9 |

Three times | 6 |

Four times | 3 |

Create the corresponding bar graphÂ to represent this data below. Drag the dots on the top of the bar graph to create the chart.

Provide your answer below:

## Question

According to the given data, what can the travel agency conclude about the sampled families?

Select the correct answer below:

- According to the data, a majority of the sampled families did not go on vacation
- According to the data, a majority of the sampled families went on vacation twice.
- According to the data, a majority of the sampled families went on vacation no more than once.
- According to the data, a majority of the sampled families went on vacation at least twice.

## Question

Josslyn is a car salespersonÂ who keeps track of her sales over time. The line graph below shows how many cars she sells per week.

What was the change in cars sold from week 2 to 6? Do not include units in your answer

Answer:

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