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Which form of transportation did the fewest students use to get to and from school at Wedgwood Elementary in 2012?
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Which form of transportation did the fewest students use to get to and from school at Wedgwood Elementary in 2012?
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Only 1% of students biked to school!
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Only 1% of students biked to school!
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What percentage of students did not walk to school in 2012?
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What percentage of students did not walk to school in 2012?
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19% of students walked to school, which means that 81% of students did not!
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19% of students walked to school, which means that 81% of students did not!
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Let's say there were 1000 students at Wedgewood Elementary in 2012. How many of those students used a family vehicle for transportation?
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Let's say there were 1000 students at Wedgewood Elementary in 2012. How many of those students used a family vehicle for transportation?
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59% of students took a family vehicle to school. 59% of 1000 is 590!
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59% of students took a family vehicle to school. 59% of 1000 is 590!
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You'll use this pie graph for questions 4-6. Please note you can click the x in the corner of this text box to minimize it. Lexington Elementary School polled all of its students to find out their favorite candies. How many students attend Lexington Elementary School?
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You'll use this pie graph for questions 4-6. Please note you can click the x in the corner of this text box to minimize it. Lexington Elementary School polled all of its students to find out their favorite candies. How many students attend Lexington Elementary School?
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There are 209 students at Lexington Elementary School!
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There are 209 students at Lexington Elementary School!
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How many students at Lexington Elementary School named either Kit Kats or Skittles as their favorite candy?
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How many students at Lexington Elementary School named either Kit Kats or Skittles as their favorite candy?
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126 students liked Kit Kats or Skittles!
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126 students liked Kit Kats or Skittles!
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Approximately what percentage of students said that Snickers were their favorite candy?
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Approximately what percentage of students said that Snickers were their favorite candy?
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A little over 15% of students said that Snickers were their favorite candy!
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A little over 15% of students said that Snickers were their favorite candy!
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Use the above chart to answer questions 7-9. You can click the x at the corner of this text box to hide it and see all of the information. This chart shows the preferred snacks of students in a classroom. How many students did not prefer cookies?
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Use the above chart to answer questions 7-9. You can click the x at the corner of this text box to hide it and see all of the information. This chart shows the preferred snacks of students in a classroom. How many students did not prefer cookies?
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12 students did not prefer cookies!
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12 students did not prefer cookies!
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Approximately what percentage of students preferred cookies?
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Approximately what percentage of students preferred cookies?
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Approximately 46% of students preferred cookies!
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Approximately 46% of students preferred cookies!
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Approximately what percentage of students prefer fruit or vegetables?
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Approximately what percentage of students prefer fruit or vegetables?
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Approximately 9% of students prefer fruit or veggies for their snack!
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Approximately 9% of students prefer fruit or veggies for their snack!
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You will use this line graph for questions 10-12. You can click the x in the corner of this text box to see the complete graph. What was the population of the United States in 1950?
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You will use this line graph for questions 10-12. You can click the x in the corner of this text box to see the complete graph. What was the population of the United States in 1950?
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The U.S. population in 1950 was 151 million people!
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The U.S. population in 1950 was 151 million people!
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By how many people did the population of the U.S. grow between 1950 and 2010?
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By how many people did the population of the U.S. grow between 1950 and 2010?
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The population grew by 154 million people over the course of 60 years between 1950 and 2010!
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The population grew by 154 million people over the course of 60 years between 1950 and 2010!
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By approximately what percentage did the U.S. population grow between 1950 and 2010?
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By approximately what percentage did the U.S. population grow between 1950 and 2010?
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The population roughly doubled, meaning that it grew by about 100%!
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The population roughly doubled, meaning that it grew by about 100%!
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In this graph, each line represents a different school that chose to record monthly temperatures and compare them to one another's. We will call them Square School, Circle School, Diamond School, and Triangle School. You will use this graph for questions 13-15. To see the complete graph, you can click the x in the corner of this text box. Which two schools started and ended with the most similar temperatures to one another?
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In this graph, each line represents a different school that chose to record monthly temperatures and compare them to one another's. We will call them Square School, Circle School, Diamond School, and Triangle School. You will use this graph for questions 13-15. To see the complete graph, you can click the x in the corner of this text box. Which two schools started and ended with the most similar temperatures to one another?
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The Circle and Square Schools recorded the most similar temperatures to one another in January and December!
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The Circle and Square Schools recorded the most similar temperatures to one another in January and December!
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Which school had the highest temperature in September?
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Which school had the highest temperature in September?
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The Square School recorded the highest temperature in September.
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The Square School recorded the highest temperature in September.
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What was the approximate difference in temperature between the hottest and coolest schools in July?
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What was the approximate difference in temperature between the hottest and coolest schools in July?
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The Square School had the highest July temperature and the Circle School had the lowest July temperature. The difference was about 25 degrees.
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The Square School had the highest July temperature and the Circle School had the lowest July temperature. The difference was about 25 degrees.
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