# 4.8.1. Collecting, Displaying, and Representing Data

If a ball is randomly drawn from a box that has 84 balls, where 60 of them are red, and the rest are white, determine the probability that the drawn ball is white.

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The graph below represents the number of visitors of different museums in the years 2005 and 2006. Determine the year in which the arts museum had more visitors, and find the difference between the number of visitors in the two years.

• A2005, 60
• B2006, 10
• C2006, 60
• D2005, 10
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The graph below represents the number of visitors of different museums in the years 2005 and 2006. Determine the year in which the national museum had more visitors.

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The graph below represents the number of visitors of different museums in 2005 and 2006. Determine which museum had more visitors in 2006; the history museum or the national museum.

• Athe history museum
• Bthe national museum
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The graph below represents the donations that Sara and John have made for 5 months, determine the difference between Sarah’s greatest and smallest donations.

• A125
• B275
• C100
• D175
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The diagram below shows the donations Jack and Jill made in five months during the year 2015 to a hospital. Which month did Jack and Jill donate the same amount of money?

• AMarch
• BJanuary
• CApril
• DFebruary
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Using a tree-diagram, how many different 3-digit numbers can be formed using 2, 9, and 8?

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The table below shows the number of students in four classrooms using different types of commute to go to school. How many students go to school on foot?

Types of CommuteClassroom AClassroom BClassroom CClassroom D
On Foot25161111
By Bicycle17181313
By Bus25121114

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The table below represents the amount of money that a man saved in five consecutive months.

 Months Money Saved (LE) January February March April May 67 34 23 82 40

Determine the total amount of his savings in the five months.

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The table below represents the number of hours a man slept at night during two weeks. How many hours did he sleep during the whole two weeks?

 Day Week 1 Week 2 Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday 10.5 7.5 6.5 7.5 8 8 5.5 8 7 5.5 7 7 5 6.5

• A
106.5
• B87.5
• C99.5
• D81
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The double-bar graph below shows the marks of five students in maths and science. Which student got the highest marks in maths and science together?

• AGeorge
• BMai
• CJohn
• DSara
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The table below represents the number of students participating in different activities in two different schools. Determine the number of students who prefer arts in both schools.

 Activity First School Second School Sports Music Arts Library School Radio Scouts 46 50 24 81 36 19 15 91 62 23 87 57

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The table below shows the number of students in two schools participating in school activities. What is the difference between the number of students participating in the school radio activity in both schools?

 Activity First School Second School Sports Music Arts Library School Radio Scout 30 97 71 41 67 70 35 81 11 45 80 76

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