I have attached this assignment could you please help.Todd plans to attend a college that will cost $25,000 in tuition. He has $14,400 in his savingsaccount. He plans to use half of this money in order to pay the tiution. He will also receive ascholarship for $2,500. He will take out a student loan for the remaining tuition costs.

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Course I CBA-9 (Module #17 & #18)

Each question is equally weighted. (15 questions x 10 points each=150 Points Max)

1 Todd plans to attend a college that will cost $25,000 in tuition. He has $14,400 in his savings

account. He plans to use half of this money in order to pay the tiution. He will also receive a

scholarship for $2,500. He will take out a student loan for the remaining tuition costs. How much

student loan will Todd need to borrow?

A

$15,300

C

$8,100

B

$11,900

D

$13,100

2 As part of a survey, a group of people were asked to name their preferred method of viewing

television shows. Their responses are shown in this percentage bar graph.

Which table could be represented by the percentage bar graph?

F

H

G

J

1

3 A pet shop surveys potential customers to find out if they currently have any pets. The results are

shown in the histogram.

Which statement is best supported by the information in the histogram?

A

A total of 40 customers participated in this survey.

B

Less than half of the customers have more than one pet.

C

There are exatly 20 customers who have less then one pet.

D

More than half of the customers have at least two pets.

4 The stem-and-leaf plot shows the numbers of minutes it took students to finish an English quiz.

Stems

Leaves

1

8

2

6 6 8 8

3

2 4 4 4 6

KEY

1|8 means 18

Which dot plot best represents the data in the stem-and-leaf plot?

F

H

G

J

2

5 The table below shows the number of t-shirts sold by each size in an event.

T-shirt

Size

S

M

L

XL

Number of

T-shirts Sold

12

24

21

18

In which table do the percentages represent the relative frequency of these t-shirt sizes?

A

C

B

D

6 The table below shows the monthly fees for the checking accounts at two different banks.

Checking Account Fees

Bank Q

$12

Bank R

2% of checking

account balance

Based on the information above, which statement is true regarding charges of each bank?

F

The fee at Bank Q will always be less than the fee at Bank R.

G

The fee at Bank R will always be less than the fee at Bank Q.

H

The fee at Bank Q will be more than the fee at Bank R only when a

customer’s balance is more than $600.

J

The fee at Bank R will be more than the fee at Bank Q only when a

customer’s balance is more than $600.

3

7 Kendra asked her friends how many pets they each had in their family. Her results are shown

below. Which histogram represents the data?

4, 2, 1, 1, 0, 2, 7, 3, 1, 0, 0

A

C

B

D

8 The dot plot shows the number of books read by students in one year.

Which statement best describes the data represented in the dot plot?

F

The data distribution has no gaps.

G

The median of the data is 6.

H

The data distribution is not symmetrical.

J

The mean of the data is 5.

9 The list shows the area in square feet of each apartment available for rent in a building. What is the

range of these areas in square feet?

454, 849, 756, 405, 515, 603, 454, 617

A

405

C

454

B

444

D

559

4

10 The box-and-whisker plots show the lifespans, in days, of two different brands of light bulbs.

Lifespan of Light Bulbs

Which statement best describes the data represented in the box plots?

F

The range of Glo-Brite light bulbs’ lifespan is 80 days.

G

The interquartile range of Limunite light bulbs’ lifespan is 100 days.

H

The median of Glo-Brite light bulbs’ lifespan is 160 days.

J

The half of the Limunite light bulbs’ lifespan is between 140 and 180 days.

Free Response: Please show all your work. You may get a partial credit even if you cannot find the

correct answer. Do not bubble your answers to answer sheet.

11 Find the mean, median and the range of the following stem-and-leaf plot? Make sure you list the

numbers in order first.

Stems

Leaves

1

0

2

6 6 9

3

1 3 3 4

4

8

KEY

1|0 means 10

12 Bob is working for a construction company with a high school diploma. Bob earns $37,455 a year.

His friend Jake has a Bachelor’s degree and he is a teacher. Jake earns $3,955 a month. Based on

this information, who will earn the most money over a 25-year career and how much more?

5

13 The ages of the members of a volunteer group are shown below.

21, 14, 16, 14, 15, 23, 15, 14, 16, 15, 13

List the numbers in order and create a box and whisker plot that best represents these data.

14 Find the range, mean, and median of the following data. List the numbers in order first.

115, 120, 113, 111, 101, 112

15 Before Ms. Garcia bought groceries on January 21, she had a balance of $439.5 in her checking

account. She wrote all of her transactions through the end of January 25 in her check register.

Date

1/20

1/21

1/22

1/23

1/24

1/25

Transaction

Purchased groceries

Paycheck

Bought office supplies

Paid rent

Cash deposit

Deposit

Withdrawal

$65

$1,750

$51.25

$860

$25

Balance

$439.5

a

b

c

d

e

Complete the check register by calculating the balance at the end of each day. Find the values of a,

b, c, d and e in the table.

6

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