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For questions 4–5, use the following two ways to display the test scores received on Mr. Alexander's math test. Use these displays to solve each problem.

Stem | Leaf
6 | 8 9
7 | 0 3 5 8 9
8 | 1 2 2 5 7 8 8 9
9 | 0 2 3

Pie Chart:

80-89= 44.4%
90-99=16.6%
70-79=27.7%
60-69=11.1%


4. Which graph shows the lowest score on the test?

both graphs
only the stem-and-leaf plot
only the circle graph
Neither of the graphs shows this information.

5. Which graph shows that most of the students earned 80–89 on the test?

both graphs
only the stem-and-leaf plot

only the circle graph
Neither of the graphs shows this information.

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    I'll be glad to check your answers.

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    4. b
    5. c

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    is it right?

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    I agree with your first answer, but not with your second.

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    ok thx can u help me with my other one

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    If you look at both of the graphs for question 2, you can see that is shows on both of them that most of the students earned 80–89 on the test.

    Stem-and-leaf plot Scores:

    8 | 1 2 2 5 7 8 8 9

    81,82,82,85,87,88,88,89
    (More scores then on any other grade)

    Circle graph Score:

    80-89= 44.4%

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    the answer is b for the first one and d for the second one I just took the quick check on connections

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    The second one is A

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    Unknown is right I got it wrong cause I didn't look at his that you Unknown!

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    the second one is a i just took the assessment

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    Thx guys! :)

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    Anonymous is right...
    "the second one is a i just took the assessment"

    Heres the REAL answer's the the whole test I promis its 100% 5/5

    1)A
    2)D
    3)A
    4)B
    5)A

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    Your butt is wright 100%

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