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For this distribution, find (a) the median, (b) the lower quartile, (c) the upper quartile. 2. The masses, in kg, of 16 students are 38, 64, 56, 45, 51, 48, 43, 52, 39, 51, 57, 50, 47, 49, 61, 47. Find (a) the lower quartile, (b) the upper quartile, (c) the median, (d) the range of the distribution, (e) the interquartile range of the distribution. 3. Answer the whole of this question on a sheet of graph paper. The marks obtained by 11 students in a test are 6, 19, 6, 9, 2, 8, 7, 15, 9, 10, 12. (a) Draw a box-and-whisker plot to represent the distribution. (b) State the range and the interquartile range of the distribution. 4. Answer the whole of this question on a sheet of graph paper. The heights, in cm, of 15 boys were measured. The results are given below. 170, 158, 167, 174, 171, 161, 169, 176, 171, 163, 170, 182, 170, 164, 172. (a) Draw a box-and-whisker plot to represent the distribution. (b) State the mode, the range and the interquartile of the distribution.

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(iii) more than 54 kg. What is the interquartile range? State the median.5. (ii) between 46 kg and 54 kg. State the mass of the heaviest student. What is the range? State the lower quartile. (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) (h) State the mass of the lightest student. State the upper quartile. The box plot shows the distribution of the marks of a Mathematics test for two schools A and B. Page 2 of 9 . 6. Estimate the number of students whose mass is (i) less than 46 kg. The box plot shows the distribution of the masses of 200 secondary school students.

The cumulative frequency curve shows one hundred students taking the test with 10 questions is shown below. Find the value of a. Number of correct answers Number of students ≤2 3 ≤3 11 ≤4 27 ≤5 50 ≤6 73 ≤7 89 ≤8 97 ≤9 100 (a) Find the value of a. Class Lowest mark Highest mark Lower quartile Median Upper quartile Range Interquartile range School A School B (b) Comment on the performances of the students of the two schools in the Mathematics test. The following cumulative frequency table shows the number of correct answers they obtained. 7. Number of correct answers 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Number of students 3 a 1 b 2 c 8 d Page 3 of 9 . One hundred students took a test with 10 questions. of b. of b. 8.(a) Copy and complete the following table. find the percentage of the students who failed the test. Number of correct answers Number of students 2 3 3 8 4 a 5 23 6 b 7 16 8 c 9 d (b) If obtaining 5 correct answers is considered a pass. of c and of d in the table to represent the information. of c and of d in the table to represent the information.

10. of c and of d in the table to represent the information.6 3 9. (a) Find the value of a. Mass (x kg) Number of students x ≤ 40 8 40 < x ≤ 45 a 45 < x ≤ 50 55 50 < x ≤ 55 b 55 < x ≤ 60 c 60 < x ≤ 65 d 65 < x ≤ 70 5 (b) Use the curve to find (i) the median. (iv) the interquartile range. (iii) the upper quartile. (ii) the lower quartile. The percentage cumulative frequency curve below shows the masses of 200 students. The cumulative frequency curve below shows the distribution of the marks obtained by 80 students in a Mathematics test. Page 4 of 9 . of b.

Mark 21 – 30 31 – 40 41 – 50 51 – 60 61 – 70 71 – 80 81 – 90 91 – 100 (b) Use the graph to find (i) the median. End of Practice Frequency 3 5 a 26 20 b c d Page 5 of 9 .(a) Find the value of a. (iii) the upper quartile. of c and of d in the table to represent the information. (iv) the interquartile range. of b. (ii) the lower quartile.

the lower quartile. the upper quartile. 72. 43. (d) Draw a box-and-whisker plot to represent the data. 42. (ii) the interquartile range. 41. (ii) the mass of the heaviest student. 50. the median. (b) Find (i) the lower quartile. 57. 56. 45. 49. 48. 51. 2. 47.Homework Statistics I 1. 53. The masses. 39. of 19 students are given below. Page 6 of 9 . 47. in kg. (c) Find (i) the range. the lowest mark. (a) State (i) (ii) (b) Find (i) (ii) (iii) the highest mark. (iii) the upper quartile. (ii) the median. The box-and-whisker plot shows the distribution of the marks for an English test for a cohort of 200 students. 51. 38. 64. (a) State (i) the mass of the lightest student. Answer the whole of this question on a sheet of graph paper. 61.

Two brands of cars. (d) Estimate the number of students who scored more than 68 marks. (ii) the interquartile range. (e) If the pass mark for the test is 50. were tested to find out the distances the cars were able to travel on a litre of petrol. Page 7 of 9 . estimate the number of students who passed the test. The box-and-whisker plot shows the distribution of the distances the cars were able to travel on a litre of petrol. Class Shortest distance Longest distance Range Lower quartile Median Upper quartile Interquartile range Hoda Yota (b) Comment on the performance of the two brands of cars. Hoda and Yota. (a) Copy and complete the following table.(c) Find (i) the range. 3. 100 cars from each brand were used for the test.

(a) Find the value of a. (a) Find the value of a. The cumulative frequency curve shows the heights of 120 plants. of b and of c in the table to represent the information. of b and of c in the table to represent the information. Height (h cm) Number of plants h≤5 10 5 < h ≤ 10 a 10 < h ≤ 15 40 15 < h ≤ 20 b 20 < h ≤ 25 c 25 < h ≤ 30 6 (b) Use the curve to find (i) the median. (ii) the lower quartile. The cumulative frequency curve shows the marks obtained by 80 students in a Mathematics examination. (iv) the interquartile range. what is the value of x? 5. (iii) the upper quartile. Mark (x) Number of students 0 < x ≤ 20 4 20 < x ≤ 40 a 40 < x ≤ 60 20 60 < x ≤ 80 b 80 < x ≤ 100 c Page 8 of 9 .4. (c) If 60% of the plants are more than x cm tall.

(b) Use the curve to find (i) the median. find the number of students who passed the examination. (ii) the lower quartile. (c) If a mark of 44 or less means failing the examination. End of Homework Page 9 of 9 . (iv) the interquartile range. (iii) the upper quartile.

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