ID 204

Statistics, Data Analysis and Probability K4If you select a balloon without looking, what is the probability that you select the red one?



ID 216

Statistics, Data Analysis and Probability K4How many stars will be in the fourth line of the pattern?



ID 221

Statistics, Data Analysis and Probability K4Kevin buys three bags of marbles. Each marble weights 50 grams on average.

How many grams do the bags weigh?



ID 235

Statistics, Data Analysis and Probability K4At a local school, students sold post cards for a fundraiser.
The bar graph shows how many cards each student sold.

Who sold the most cards?



ID 236

Statistics, Data Analysis and Probability K4At a local school, students sold post cards for a fundraiser.
The bar graph shows how many cards each student sold.

Who sold the least number of cards?



ID 250

Statistics, Data Analysis and Probability K4Henrietta the Hen lays an egg every day except Sunday.

How many eggs does Henrietta lay in two weeks?



ID 265

Statistics, Data Analysis and Probability K4How many numbers are there?



ID 268

Statistics, Data Analysis and Probability K4John read 48 books last year.

What is the average number of books that he read each month?



ID 279

Statistics, Data Analysis and Probability K4Where are a third of the cells shaded?

Remember, there may be more than one correct answer.



ID 2076

Statistics, Data Analysis and Probability K4What is the largest difference between the heights of two columns?



ID 2660

Statistics, Data Analysis and Probability K4If you select a balloon without looking, what is the probability that you select the red or yellow balloons?



ID 2691

Statistics, Data Analysis and Probability K4At a local school, students sold post cards for a fundraiser.
The bar graph shows how many cards each student sold.

Who sold more than a dozen cards?



ID 2727

Statistics, Data Analysis and Probability K4How many numbers that are greater than 60 are there?



ID 2733

Statistics, Data Analysis and Probability K4John read 72 books last year.

What is the average number of books that he read each month?



ID 2746

Statistics, Data Analysis and Probability K4Where are a half of the cells shaded?



ID 2807

Statistics, Data Analysis and Probability K4Christmas week has two Wednesdays in it.

This statement is . . .



ID 2828

Statistics, Data Analysis and Probability K4We cut a 16 pound stick of butter in half.
We then cut one of the halves into 4 equal slices.

Find the weight of one slice.



ID 2846

Statistics, Data Analysis and Probability K4Jim threw twelve dimes.
Three times more coins landed heads up than the number that landed tails up.

How many coins landed heads up?



ID 3722

Statistics, Data Analysis and Probability K4How many months have 31 days?



ID 3998

Statistics, Data Analysis and Probability K4Find the sum of all the numbers on the calculator keys.



ID 4207

Statistics, Data Analysis and Probability K4If I give you every second apple, how many apples do you get?



ID 4369

Statistics, Data Analysis and Probability K4There were 123 men and 321 women at the concert.
The total number of people including children was 555.

How many children were there?



ID 4528

Statistics, Data Analysis and Probability K4Anna, Brice, Cindy, and Dan each have the same number of buttons.

Who has more buttons in a group?