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## A second grade class took a survey of class members’ pets. Here

is the data the class collected.
Class Pets
Dog
Cat
Bird = 1 Student
Hamster
Snake
Turtle

## 1. How many more students have a cat as a pet than a turtle?

a. 1
b. 2
c. 3
d. 4
2. How many students have a dog as a pet?
f. 6
g. 7
h. 8
i. 9
3. How many fewer students have a hamster than a bird?
a. 3
b. 4
c. 5
d. 6
4. What can you say about the number of students who have a snake as a
pet compared to the number of students who have a turtle as a pet?
f. They are equal.
g. More students have a turtle as a pet.
h. More students have a snake as a pet.
i. Less students have a turtle as a pet.
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5.

a. Make a rule to sort the bears above. Write your rule below.
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## 6. In this table, bears are organized according to the shapes on their

tummies. Using the bears above, show how many there are of each in
the table below.

7. What other way could the bears have been organized in the table
above?
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## 8. Use the Venn Diagram below to organize the names of the

students who play sports.

## Basketball Tia, Bob, Joey, Carmen

Baseball Luis, Tom, Carmen

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## 9. Below is a list of animals.

ANIMALS
Eagle Blue Jay
Goldfish Octopus
Shark Robin

Your teacher wants to know how many of the animals can fly.

a. Think of two categories you could use to sort the animal data.
Write two categories below.
Category #1: ______________________________

data below.

## c. How many of the animals can fly? ____________

d. What are two interesting things that you learned about your
data? Write them below.

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Point Cognitive
Question Type Standard
Value Complexity
MA.C.1.1.1: The student understands and describes
the characteristics of basic two- and three-
Multiple
1 1 Moderate dimensional shapes.
Choice
2.1 Examine the differences and similarities in a
group of related objects or related data.
MA.C.1.1.1: The student understands and describes
the characteristics of basic two- and three-
Multiple
2 1 Low dimensional shapes.
Choice
2.1 Examine the differences and similarities in a
group of related objects or related data.
MA.C.1.1.1: The student understands and describes
the characteristics of basic two- and three-
Multiple
3 1 Moderate dimensional shapes.
Choice
2.1 Examine the differences and similarities in a
group of related objects or related data.
MA.C.1.1.1: The student understands and describes
the characteristics of basic two- and three-
Multiple
4 1 Moderate dimensional shapes.
Choice
2.1 Examine the differences and similarities in a
group of related objects or related data.
MA.C.1.1.1: The student understands and describes
the characteristics of basic two- and three-
dimensional shapes.
2.1 Examine the differences and similarities in a
group of related objects or related data.
MA.E.1.1.1: The student displays solutions to
problems by generating, collecting, organizing, and
Short
5 2 High analyzing data using simple graphs and charts.
Response
2.2 Sort and classify information
MA.E.3.1.2: The student decides what information is
appropriate and how data can be collected, displayed,
and interpreted to answer relevant questions.
2.6 Construct clear definitions for describing
categorical data
2.7 Construct categories to describe data
MA.E.1.1.1: The student displays solutions to
problems by generating, collecting, organizing, and
Short
6 2 Moderate analyzing data using simple graphs and charts.
Response
2.3 Collect, record, and represent data

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## MA.E.1.1.1: The student displays solutions to

Short problems by generating, collecting, organizing, and
7 2 Moderate
Response analyzing data using simple graphs and charts.
2.4 Use more than one representation to view data
MA.E.1.1.1: The student displays solutions to
problems by generating, collecting, organizing, and
Short analyzing data using simple graphs and charts.
8 2 Low
Response 2.5 Use Venn Diagram to show relationship within
groups of related objects
2.2 Sort and classify data
MA.E.3.1.2: The student decides what information is
Extended appropriate and how data can be collected, displayed,
9 4 High
Response and interpreted to answer relevant questions.
2.8 Organize categorical data
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