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Data Handling

Data Handling
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Quiz for Data Handling

Q.1

Students of class 8 took a test and got the following marks 70,15,51,59,68,78,14,12,66,25,21,60,60,42,63,21,41,52,76,58,56,43,45,26,13,12,19,32,80. If we put the marks in various ranges like 10-19, 20-29, 30-39 and so on, in which range would the most number of students have gotten marks?

a) (10-19)
b) (40-49)
c) (20-29)
d) (30-39)

Q.2

A survey was done in a school and following graph chart shows number of hours for which students play in a day during holidays. There are ____ students who play for less than 3 hours

a) 10
b) 30
c) 40
d) 50

Q.3

Following chart shows marks obtained by students in Maths examination. If first division is awarded for 60 or above marks, find the number of students who got first division in the exam =

a) 80
b) 90
c) 100
d) 120

Q.4

A circle is shaded as shown below, and Pranav throws a dart at it. What is the probability that the dart will hit the unshaded part?

a) (3/5)
b) (2/5)
c) (2/7)
d) 1

Q.5

Ridhima draws 3 cards out of a deck of 52 cards. What is the probability that she draws a 10, a 2, and a Queen?

a) (3/52)
b) (64/270725)
c) (4/52)
d) (64/22100)

Q.6

From a deck of cards, Shilpa withdraw a card at random. What is the probability that the number on the card is a composite number?

a) (1/11)
b) (10/52)
c) (20/52)
d) (1/2)

Q.7

Joel draws 4 cards out of a deck of 52 cards. What is the probability that he draws a 7, a 9, a Queen and a Jack?

a) (256/270725)
b) (4/25)
c) (3/52)
d) (64/270725)

Q.8

If you toss a coin 6 times, what is the probability of getting exactly one tail?

a) (4/64)
b) (1/2)
c) (4/32)
d) (3/32)

Q.9

There are a total of 9 chocolates - 3 each in the flavours of grape, orange and strawberry. There are also 4 children. If each child is allowed to choose their own favourite flavour, what is the probability that all of them will get flavours of their choice?

a) (11/27)
b) (25/27)
c) (1/28)
d) (26/27)

Q.10

Ria draws one card from a shuffled deck of 52 cards. What is the probability that she drew a diamond or a 5?

a) (2/13)
b) (1/13)
c) (4/13)
d) (4/52)

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