STAAR TEST ON DATA ANALYSIS QUESTIONS ON GRADE 4

Problem 1 :

Dawn kept a record of the number of minutes she walked on 16 different days. Her data is shown below.

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Dawn decided to create a frequency table using her data. What number will Dawn use on a frequency table to represent the number of times she walked 60 minutes?

A) 3           B)  5        C) 2         D) 4

Solution

Problem 2 :

Sean is training to run at a cross country track meet. He recorded the number of miles he ran on different days.

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Which dot plot represents the data Sean recorded?

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Solution

Problem 3 :

Keri recorded the number of points for each of the words she created during a word game

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Which stem-and-leaf plot represents the points Keri scored?

Solution

Problem 4 :

Students in Juanita's class kept a record of the number of different types of birds each of them saw during recess. The data is shown below.

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Juanita wants to make a dot plot to represent the data. How many dots will she place above the number 5?

A)  3     B) 1     C) 2      D) 5

Solution

Problem 5 :

A fourth grade class attended a band concert. After the concert, the band conductor asked each student to name their favorite instrument. He recorded the data using tally marks.

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Which frequency table represents the number of students that chose each instrument?

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Solution

Problem 6 :

The data shown below represents the heights of students in Juan's class.

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Juan has decided to create a stem-and-leaf plot to represent the heights. How many leaves will he put in the stem-and-leaf plot?

A) 10     B) 3     C) 12      D) 15

Solution

Problem 7 :

Jeri walks her puppy each day. She recorded the distance they walked in the table below.

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Jeri has decided to create a frequency table to represent the data. What number should she use to represent the number of times they walked 3 4 mile?

A) 2    B)  5      C)  3       D)  4

Solution

Problem 8 :

Keith surveyed the students in his class to find the number of siblings each of them has. The data is shown below.

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Keith wants to make a dot plot to represent the data. What data points will be labeled below the number line in the dot plot?

A) 1, 2, 3     B) 1, 2, 3, 4      C)  0, 1, 2      D)  0, 1, 2, 3, 4

Solution

Problem 9 :

The data shown below represents the number of jumping jacks completed by 15 students in one minute. The physical education teacher is making a stem-and-leaf plot to display the data.

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What stems will the teacher put in the stem-and-leaf plot?

A) 0, 3, 4, 5, 9    B) 3, 4, 6   C) 0, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 9   D)  3, 4, 5, 6

Solution

Problem 10 :

The chart below represents the fraction of a whole watermelon ten different cousins ate at a family reunion.

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Sean has decided to make a frequency table to represent the data. What number will he put in the frequency column for 1/4 ?

A) 5       B) 2       C) 7      D)  3

Solution

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