Multiple Choice Identify the
choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.


1.

Statistics/Probability and Graphing – Combinations & Permutations
– RIT191 – 200
In how many
different ways can the letters in the word MATH be arranged?


2.

Statistics/Probability and Graphing – Graphing – RIT 191 –
200 What
subtraction sentence is modeled on the number line shown above?
a.  3 + 6 =
9  d.  6 – 4 =
2  b.  6 – 2 =
4  e.  4 – 2 = 2  c.  2 + 6 = 8 


3.

How many people choose brand E?


4.

Look at the graph. It
represents the number of milkshakes ordered at “Shakeland” in a three hour
period.


5.

The line graph shows the number
of students that were absent from a third grade class in one week.


6.

a.  blue  d.  hazel  b.  brown  e.  other  c.  green 


7.

a.  Monday  d.  Thursday  b.  Tuesday  e.  Friday  c.  Wednesday 


8.

Statistics/Probability and
Graphing – Probability and Prediction – RIT 191 –200
Without looking, you pull out only one M&M from a bag
that contains 5 red, 10 green, 5 yellow, 5 orange, and 5 blue M&M’s. What color are you
most likely to pull out?
a.  red  d.  orange  b.  green  e.  blue  c.  yellow 


9.

Statistics/Probability and Graphing – Statistics – RIT 191 –
200
In a survey of 30 seventh graders'
favorite colors, 5 chose red, 10 chose blue, 7 chose green, and 8 chose yellow. What is the
correct tally entry for green?


10.

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11.

a.  More than half of the students chose
math.  b.  The least number of students chose art.  c.  Half of the students chose
reading.  d.  The greatest number of students chose
science.  e.  Half of the students chose music.



12.

Statistics/Probability and
Graphing – Probability and Prediction – RIT 201 –210
a.  one out of
six  d.  five out of
six  b.  three out of four  e.  three out of six  c.  one out of three 


13.

The spinner will:
a.  usually land on
blue.  d.  always land on
green.  b.  always land on blue.  e.  never land on blue.  c.  usually land on
green. 


14.

a.  4 out of
7  d.  0 out of
7  b.  3 out of
7  e.  10 out of 7  c.  7 out of 7 


15.

Statistics/Probability and Graphing – Statistics – RIT 201 –
210
Sal sold 20 pizzas on Monday, 17 on Tuesday,
and 23 on Wednesday. What is the average number of pizzas Sal sold?


16.

Statistics/Probability and Graphing – Graphing – RIT 211 –
220


17.

a.  –4, 4, 1,
3  d.  –4, 3, 1,
2  b.  –1, 4, 3,
4  e.  –4, 1, 2, 3  c.  4, 3, 1, 4 
