Try the following questions:
For questions 1  4, determine if
the data listed is quantitative data or qualitative data.
1. 
Jed's new horse:

15.2 hands high

1250 pounds

costs $2,200

age: 3 years, 4
months


Choose:


2. 
The tree:


Choose:


3. 
Pennsylvania coal:

florescent black

black residue

earthy smell

rough texture


Choose:


4. 
The students in the senior class at
LHS High School:

578 students

236 honor
students

150 scholarship
winners

51% male


Choose:


For questions 5  9, determine if
the problem deals with univariate or bivariate data.
5. 
Determine if the number of hours a
student studies will improve his/her final
examination scores. 

Choose:


6. 
Determine the mean score on the last
math test. 

Choose:


7. 
Determine whether lowering
cholesterol lowers the risk of heart disease. 

Choose:


8. 
Prepare a frequency table for the
number of students scoring A, B, C, and D on the
Chemistry test. 

Choose:


9. 
Which situation should be analyzed
using bivariate data? 
Choose:


For questions 10  13, determine if
the situation is biased.
10. 
A study is conducted to determine
whether office workers have high blood pressure.
The participants in the study were friends of the
researcher who shared the same doctor. 

Choose:


11. 
A study is conducted to determine the
number of students who wore a free promotional Tshirt
given to all students at
a local university rock concert. Five hundred
students were chosen at random from the 5000 students
attending the concert and asked if they wore the
Tshirt during the concert. 
Choose:



12. 
A study is
conducted to estimate the average
speed of drivers using the fast lane of the
motorway. To determine the drivers' speeds, a
police car will follow the drivers on the motorway
and record their speeds using the police car's
speedometer.

Choose:



13. 
A movie
theater is conducting a survey on their customer
service. Customers willing to complete the survey are
entered in a drawing for a free iPod.

Choose:



