Data Management & probability final jeopardy

# Data Management & probability final jeopardy

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1. Data Management & probability final jeopardy Grade 7 math

2. Graphs 100 • Name four types of graphs

3. Graphs 200 • The class test results were: A, B, A, C, D, A, B, B • Make a frequency tally chart:

4. Graphs 300

5. Graphs 400 • Name all the parts of a graph

6. Graphs 500 • Provide an example of the information each type of graph represents: • Pie graph: • Line graph: • Bar graph: • Area graph:

7. Mean, median, mode 100 • What is the mean • 5, 7, 10, 44, 60 Answer: 25.2

8. Mean, median, mode 200

9. Mean, median, mode 300 • Find the mean, median and mode • 2, 4, 4, 7, 8 • Mean: • Median: • Mode: Answer: 5 4 4

10. Mean, median, mode 400

11. Mean, median, mode 500

12. Interpreting Data 100 • What colour are you most likely to spin on this spinner? Answer: red

13. Interpreting Data 200

14. Interpreting Data 300

15. Interpreting Data 400

16. Interpreting Data 500 • A school’s theatre has 16 seats in the first row, 20 seats in the second row, 24 seats in the third row and so on. • Make a table of values to show the number of seats in the first 6 rows. • Draw a graph showing the data from the table of values.

17. Probability 100 • What is the probability of pulling out a red king out of a deck of cards? Answer: 1 / 52

18. Probability 200 • What are the chances of pulling a red marble? Answer: 1/5

19. Probability 300 • Give an example of an event that is certain and impossible Answer: it is certain that we will have track and field Monday It is impossible that I will drive a flying car today

20. Probability 400 • Colour the squares to match the probability 4/8 Answer: 4 / 8 = 12/ 24 = (1/2)

21. Probability 500 Answer: 6 / 24 • What is the probability of spinning a blueon all the spinners?

22. Outliers 100 • What is the outlier • 28, 24, 35, 38, 21, 32, 46 Answer: 46

23. Outliers 200 • List 10 places you could find outcomes of an event Answer: casino, sports, gorse racing, a fair, litter of animals, tests, lottery, ….

24. Outliers 300

25. Outliers 400 • Which is the outlier? Answer: ABC because it is a core subject not extracurricular

26. Outliers 500 • Make up an independent event using spinners, marbles or dice