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Algebra Readiness B- Relative Frequency

I did this test already so these answers are correct just make sure its the right question because I am from Washington and the test might be different for those not in Washington

How many students chose walking as their preferred method of transportation?
C-9

How many total students participated in the survey?
B-20

What percentage of the total students chose skateboarding?
D-none of these

What percentage of 6th graders chose walking?
A-30%

What percentage of the students who chose biking were 7th graders?
B-37.5

All 500 students at a high school were surveyed to find their favorite sport. How many more students chose football over basketball?
D-55 students

Which of the following types of information is most likely to display no trend on a scatterplot?
D-The relationship between hight and hair color

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  1. thanks so much @bestie your 100% correct

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  2. thank youuuuuu

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  3. Unit 4 Lesson 5 Relative Frequency 2022
    1. 9
    2. 20
    3. none of these
    4. 30%
    5. 37.5%

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  4. 1. 9
    2. 20
    3. none of these
    4. 30%
    5. 37.5%
    6. The relationship between hight and hair color
    Its 100% for Connexus kids 2022 for the assignment Relative Frequency Quiz Part 1
    Your welcome

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  5. And the part 2 of Relative Frequency Quiz has been drop so that’s it

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  6. Mike wants to conduct a survey to find how much time the students of his school spent watching television. Which of the following is an appropriate statistical question for this survey? (1 point)

    Who watched television on weekends?
    How many hours per week do you watch television?
    Who watches television the most on Monday nights?
    How many students watch television for an hour every day?

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