Springboard Course 1, Unit 6, Act. 27 & 28

by Anna Tujo

| 10 QuestionsNote from the author:

Formative Assessment, Mean, Median, Outliers, Dot Plot

DRIBBLE, SHOOT, SCORE!

At Matthew’s school, the basketball team has 14 players. Matthew wants to write an article on the basketball team for his school newspaper. He asked each player the following questions:

A) What is Joe’s height? (Joe is the center of the basketball team.)

B) How many total shots has each player made?

C) What is the height of each player?

D) What is the shoe size for Sam, the point guard?

1

1

Which of the questions are statistical questions?

B & C

A & C

C & D

B & D

2

1

Identify the following variable as a Numerical or Categorical variable.

Jersey number

Numerical

Categorical

3

1

Identify the following variable as a Numerical or Categorical variable.

Height

Numerical

Categorical

4

1

Identify the following variable as a Numerical or Categorical variable.

Number of shots made

Numerical

Categorical

5

1

Identify the following variable as a Numerical or Categorical variable.

Grade level

Numerical

Categorical

6

1

Identify the following variable as a Numerical or Categorical variable.

Number of assists

Numerical

Categorical

7

1

Compute the mean height of these players.

8

1

Compute the median height of these players.

9

1

What is the most frequent height of a toddler?

10

1

Use the table above:

Which number is an outlier?

5

25

30

33

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