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# CHAPTER 4 : STATISTICS (II)

1.

Shoe Size
5
6
7
8
9

3.

4.

x
11
15
3

7.

## Table 2 shows the pocket money received by 20

students in a week
3
Pocket money (RM) 10 15 20 25
35
0
Number of
2
2
6
5
4
1
Students
Table 2
Calculate the mean amount of pocket money received
by a student.
A. RM 22.50
C.
RM 225.00
B. RM 45.00
D.
RM 450.00
Table 3 shows the ages of a group of workers in a fast
food restaurant.
Age
20
24
28
32
36
Number of Workers
1
3
5
4
2
Table 3
Find the median age of the workers.
A. 20
C. 28
B. 24
D. 32
Table 4 shows the educational background of the
parent of some students in a secondary school.

6.

4
3

1
5

## Table 6 shows daily wages of 20 workers.

Daily Wages (RM)
20

20
30
40
50
5
11
12
7
Table 7
What is the mean of the marks obtained by a
student ?
A. 10
C. 34
B. 11.5
D. 36

Number of Workers
7

8.

## Table 8 shows the scores obtained by 15 students in

throwing a dice.
Score
Frequency

2
3
3
5
Table 8
Calculate the median score.
A. 2
C. 4
B. 3
D. 5
9.

1
2

4
3

5
1

Then x is
A. 3
C. 7
B. 5
D. 8

6
1

x, 5 is 5.

## 10. The figure shows nine numbers.

3, 7, 4, 5, 3, 2, 3, 6, 7

## Table 5 shows a survey of a group of 40 students

Number of books
0
1
2
3
Number of children
3
12 14
6
Mark
Table 5
Frequency
The mean number of books
read during the last month is
A. 1
C.
3
B. 2
D.
4

## Table 7 shows the marks of a group of students in an

examination.
Marks
Frequency

x.

Educational Background of
Number Of
Parents
Students
Uneducated
2
Primary
17
Secondary
19
Tertiary
n
Table 4
If the secondary education is the mode, the possible
value of n is
A. 15
C.
25
B. 20
D. 30
5.

4
3
4
2

Table 6
The median for the data above is
A. RM 35
C. RM 50
B. RM 40
D. RM 60

Number of
Students
6

TABLE 1
The mode is 8. Find possible value of
A. 18
C.
16
B. 17
D.
14
2.

30
40
50
60

5
2

## Find the difference between the mode and the

median.
A. 0
C. 2
B. 1
D. 3
11. Given that the mean of 6, k, k, 10, 5 and 11 is 10,
Find the value of k.
A. 12
C. 14
B. 13
D. 15
12. Given that the mean of 2, 7, 8, 10 and
Find the value of x .
A. 3
C. 6
B. 5
D. 9

x is 6,

## 13. The table 9 shows the marks obtained in Mathematics

quiz.
Table 9
2
3
4
5
Given that 3 is the mode, find the
8
10
7
k
possible value of k.
A. 2
C. 9
B. 4
D. 12
14. The mean mass of 20 packets of sugar is 3 kg.
Another packet of sugar weight 10 kg in put together
with the 20 packets of sugar. Calculate the new mean
mass, in kg.
A. 3.83 kg
C. 3.46 kg

B. 3.62 kg

D.

A. 8
C.

3.33 kg

B. 5
Good luck !

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