# math

The given box plots show the number of text messages Paul and Sally received each day on their cell phones.

Select the true statement.

A.
The interquartile range of Paul's data is less than the interquartile range of Sally's data.
B.
The median of Paul's data is equal to the median of Sally's data.
C.
The median of Paul's data is greater than the median of Sally's data.
D.
Paul's data has a larger overall spread than Sally's data.

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2. A researcher tagged 40 giant turtles in 2008. In 2009 , she returned and captured 50 turtles , 16 of which were tagged. In 2010 , she returned again and captured 30 turtles , 8 of which were tagged.

a) Use a proportion to estimate the turtle population for 2009.

b) Use a proportion to estimate the turtle population for 2010.

A researcher tagged 40 giant turtles in 2008. In 2009 , she returned and captured 50 turtles , 16 of which were tagged. In 2010 , she returned again and captured 30 turtles , 8 of which were tagged.

a) Use a proportion to estimate the turtle population for 2009.

b) Use a proportion to estimate the turtle population for 2010.

A researcher tagged 40 giant turtles in 2008. In 2009 , she returned and captured 50 turtles , 16 of which were tagged. In 2010 , she returned again and captured 30 turtles , 8 of which were tagged.

a) Use a proportion to estimate the turtle population for 2009.

b) Use a proportion to estimate the turtle population for 2010.

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3. A researcher tagged 40 giant turtles in 2008. In 2009 , she returned and captured 50 turtles , 16 of which were tagged. In 2010 , she returned again and captured 30 turtles , 8 of which were tagged.

a) Use a proportion to estimate the turtle population for 2009.

b) Use a proportion to estimate the turtle population for 2010.

A researcher tagged 40 giant turtles in 2008. In 2009 , she returned and captured 50 turtles , 16 of which were tagged. In 2010 , she returned again and captured 30 turtles , 8 of which were tagged.

a) Use a proportion to estimate the turtle population for 2009.

b) Use a proportion to estimate the turtle population for 2010.

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