Directions: These questions deal with types of statistical data: quantitative or qualitative; univariate or bivariate; biased or unbiased.

1.

Description of a mule, named Monty:
• 14.1 hands high
• 800 pounds
• 12 years old
• purchase cost: $800
• maintenance cost: $100 a month How would you classify this data?

Choose:

2.

Description of a sports car:
• black
• convertible
• chrome accessories
• saddle brown interior
• two-seater How would you classify this data?

Choose:

3.

Determine the average number of M&Ms in a mini canister.

How would you describe this data?

Choose:

4.

Data is collected to determine if the number of a student's extra-curricular activities affects his/her math test scores.
How would you describe this data?

Choose:

5.

Lamar collects data to determine whether students think boys or girls are smarter. He surveys his all-male basketball team. How would you describe this data?

Choose:

6.

A study is conducted to determine the number of students in the freshman class who own a laptop computer. Fifty students chosen at random from the 112 students in the freshman class were surveyed.
How would you describe this data?

Choose:

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