question_answer1) From the frequency table, the percentage of families with less than 3 children is
Number of children | 0 | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 |
Number of families | 2 | 5 | 11 | 15 | 7 |
A) \[7\]
B) \[15\]
C) \[11\]
D) \[18\]
View Answer play_arrowNumber of children | 0 | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 |
Number of families | 1 | 4 | 7 | 6 | 2 |
A) \[35%\]
B) \[40%\]
C) \[60%\]
D) \[75%\]
View Answer play_arrowScore | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 |
Number of participants | 104 | 16 | y | 34 |
A) \[2\]
B) \[26\]
C) \[32\]
D) \[68\]
View Answer play_arrowMarks | Frequency |
30-34 | 2 |
35-39 | 8 |
40-44 | 13 |
45-49 | 8 |
50-54 | 5 |
55-59 | 4 |
A) \[26%\]
B) \[52%\]
C) \[65%\]
D) \[75%\]
View Answer play_arrowTypes of cakes | Number of cake |
P | 50 |
Q | 35 |
R | 45 |
A) \[5\]
B) \[9\]
C) \[10\]
D) \[15\]
View Answer play_arrowquestion_answer6) The pictogram shows the number of pupils who cycle to school.
Class 1 | |
Class 2 | |
Class 3 | |
Key: Each represents 30 pupils. |
A) \[15\]
B) \[300\]
C) \[420\]
D) \[420\]
View Answer play_arrowquestion_answer7) The pictogram shows the number of visitors to an exhibition in a particular week.
Monday | |
Tuesday | |
Wednesday | |
Thursday | |
Friday | |
Key: Each represents 6 visitors. |
A) \[10\]
B) \[18\]
C) \[60\]
D) \[70\]
View Answer play_arrowA) \[6\]
B) \[12\]
C) \[18\]
D) \[24\]
View Answer play_arrowquestion_answer9) Which of the following experiments has equally likely outcomes?
A) Choose a number at random from 1 to 7.
B) Toss a coin.
C) Roll a die.
D) All the above.
View Answer play_arrowA) \[25%\]
B) \[33\frac{1}{3}%\]
C) \[50%\]
D) \[66\frac{2}{3}%\]
View Answer play_arrowGrade | A | B | C | D |
Frequency | 20 | 50 | 45 | 5 |
A) A
B) B
C) C
D) D
View Answer play_arrowquestion_answer12) Which of the following is an outcome?
A) Rolling a pair of dice.
B) A die landing on red.
C) Choosing 2 marbles from ajar.
D) Picking a card from a pack of 52 cards.
View Answer play_arrowBeverage | Number of cups |
Coffee | 60 |
Tea | 75 |
Hot chocolate | 25 |
Milk | 40 |
A) \[{{40}^{o}}\]
B) \[{{135}^{o}}\]
C) \[{{108}^{o}}\]
D) \[{{72}^{o}}\]
View Answer play_arrowA) 15% of the students scored grade B.
B) 90% of the students scored grade A.
C) \[\frac{1}{3}\] of the students scored grade C.
D) \[\frac{1}{4}\] of the students scored grade B.
View Answer play_arrowquestion_answer15) What is the probability of choosing a vowel from the alphabet?
A) \[\frac{21}{26}\]
B) \[\frac{5}{26}\]
C) \[\frac{1}{21}\]
D) \[\frac{5}{21}\]
View Answer play_arrowA) \[18\]
B) \[21\]
C) \[27\]
D) \[42\]
View Answer play_arrowBrand | Number of laptops |
Acer | 60 |
Dell | 40 |
Compaq | 20 |
A) \[\angle POR\]
B) \[\angle ROV\]
C) \[\angle QOT\]
D) \[\angle POU\]
View Answer play_arrowA) \[40\]
B) \[50\]
C) \[60\]
D) \[70\]
View Answer play_arrowA) \[n=1\]
B) \[n=4\]
C) \[n=2\]
D) \[n=3\]
View Answer play_arrowA) \[22\]
B) \[25\]
C) \[45\]
D) \[50\]
View Answer play_arrowA) \[20.5%\]
B) \[21.5%\]
C) \[50%\]
D) \[37.5%\]
View Answer play_arrowA) \[\frac{1}{13}\]
B) \[\frac{2}{13}\]
C) \[\frac{3}{13}\]
D) \[\frac{4}{13}\]
View Answer play_arrowA) \[{{108}^{o}}\]
B) \[{{144}^{o}}\]
C) \[{{216}^{o}}\]
D) \[{{288}^{o}}\]
View Answer play_arrowquestion_answer24) Which of the following is an experiment?
A) Tossing a coin.
B) Rolling a single 6-sided die.
C) Choosing a marble from ajar.
D) All of the above.
View Answer play_arrowA) \[\frac{1}{11}\]
B) \[\frac{5}{11}\]
C) \[\frac{6}{11}\]
D) \[\frac{3}{26}\]
View Answer play_arrowNumber of occupants | Number of units (frequency) |
1 | 2 |
2 | 5 |
3 | 8 |
4 | 14 |
5 | 12 |
6 | 9 |
7 | 4 |
A) \[25%\]
B) \[27.8%\]
C) \[42%\]
D) \[35%\]
View Answer play_arrowquestion_answer27) The table shows the grades obtained by a group of students in an examination.
Grade | Number of students |
A | 45 |
B | 60 |
C | 80 |
D | 15 |
A) \[{{45}^{o}}\]
B) \[{{81}^{o}}\]
C) \[{{65}^{o}}\]
D) \[{{100}^{o}}\]
View Answer play_arrowDirection: Numbers 1 to 10 are written on ten separate slips (one number on one slip), kept in a box and mixed well. One slip is chosen from the box without looking into it. |
A) \[\frac{1}{10}\]
B) \[\frac{2}{20}\]
C) \[\frac{1}{30}\]
D) \[\frac{1}{15}\]
View Answer play_arrowDirection: Numbers 1 to 10 are written on ten separate slips (one number on one slip), kept in a box and mixed well. One slip is chosen from the box without looking into it. |
A) \[\frac{1}{3}\]
B) \[\frac{1}{2}\]
C) \[\frac{2}{3}\]
D) \[\frac{4}{3}\]
View Answer play_arrowDirection: Numbers 1 to 10 are written on ten separate slips (one number on one slip), kept in a box and mixed well. One slip is chosen from the box without looking into it. |
A) \[\frac{1}{5}\]
B) \[\frac{3}{5}\]
C) \[\frac{2}{5}\]
D) \[\frac{4}{5}\]
View Answer play_arrowDirection: Numbers 1 to 10 are written on ten separate slips (one number on one slip), kept in a box and mixed well. One slip is chosen from the box without looking into it. |
A) \[\frac{2}{10}\]
B) \[\frac{3}{10}\]
C) \[\frac{4}{10}\]
D) \[\frac{9}{10}\]
View Answer play_arrowA) \[700\]
B) \[600\]
C) \[200\]
D) \[500\]
View Answer play_arrowA) \[10\]
B) \[6\]
C) \[5\]
D) \[3\]
View Answer play_arrowA) \[10\]
B) \[15\]
C) \[9\]
D) \[4\]
View Answer play_arrowA) \[8\]
B) \[2\]
C) \[10\]
D) \[7\]
View Answer play_arrowNumber of Passengers | 0 | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 |
Number of taxis | 3 | 8 | 10 | X | 7 |
A) \[2\]
B) \[3\]
C) \[12\]
D) \[22\]
View Answer play_arrowquestion_answer37) The table shows the number of children in each of the 35 families surveyed.
Number of Childers | Tally |
2 | \[|\,\,|\,\,|\,\,|\] |
3 | \[\cancel{I\,I\,I\,I}\] \[\cancel{I\,I\,I\,I}\] |
4 | \[\cancel{I\,I\,I\,I}\] \[|\,\,|\] |
5 | \[\cancel{I\,I\,I\,I}\] \[|\,\,|\,\,|\] |
6 | \[\cancel{I\,I\,I\,I}\] \[|\] |
A) \[\frac{10}{35}\times 100%\]
B) \[\frac{21}{35}\times 100%\]
C) \[\frac{14}{35}\times 100%\]
D) \[\frac{31}{35}\times 100%\]
View Answer play_arrowquestion_answer38) The bar chart represents the data in the frequency table given.
Year | Number of Computers sold |
1995 | \[\cancel{I\,I\,I\,I}\] \[\cancel{I\,I\,I\,I}\] \[\cancel{I\,I\,I\,I}\] \[I\,I\,I\] |
1996 | \[\cancel{I\,I\,I\,I}\] \[I\,I\,I\] |
1997 | \[\cancel{I\,I\,I\,I}\] \[\cancel{I\,I\,I\,I}\] |
1998 | \[\cancel{I\,I\,I\,I}\] \[I\] |
A) 1995
B) 1996
C) 1997
D) 1998
View Answer play_arrowA) \[6\]
B) \[18\]
C) \[12\]
D) \[10\]
View Answer play_arrowA) \[42\]
B) \[24\]
C) \[33\]
D) \[18\]
View Answer play_arrowA) \[{{60}^{o}}\]
B) \[{{70}^{o}}\]
C) \[{{160}^{o}}\]
D) \[{{200}^{o}}\]
View Answer play_arrowA) Food
B) Clothes
C) Savings
D) Transport
View Answer play_arrowA) \[14\]
B) \[12\]
C) \[08\]
D) \[10\]
View Answer play_arrowquestion_answer44) Which of the following is an outcome?
A) Rolling a pair of dice.
B) A die landing on red.
C) Choosing 2 marbles from ajar.
D) Picking a card from a pack of 52 cards.
View Answer play_arrowquestion_answer45) Which of the following experiments has equally likely outcomes?
A) Choose a number at random from 1 to 7.
B) Toss a coin.
C) Roll a die.
D) All the above.
View Answer play_arrowquestion_answer46) What is the probability of choosing a vowel from the alphabet?
A) \[\frac{21}{26}\]
B) \[\frac{5}{26}\]
C) \[\frac{1}{21}\]
D) \[\frac{5}{21}\]
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