# Interpreting Data From Surveys Problems

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### #1 of 5:Medium

Interpreting Data from Surveys

<p>There are `455` dedicated readers of The Adventures of Super Sam graphic novels. In a survey of `65` readers: </p> <ul><li>`14` want their hero to be able to fly,</li> <li>`12` want their hero to transform,</li> <li>`15` want their hero to climb walls and</li> <li>`24` want their hero to vanish anytime he wants.</li></ul> <p>Based on the results of the survey, estimate the total number of readers who want the hero to be able to fly. </p>

### #2 of 5:Medium

Interpreting Data from Surveys

<p>An after-school program offers tutoring for different subjects. During the last month, a teacher recorded the number of students who needed tutoring in each subject. The results are recorded in the table below.</p><tableui data-variant="basic" data-headers='["Subject","Number of Students"]' data-rows='[[{"value":"Math"},{"value":"`24`"}],[{"value":"Science"},{"value":"`15`"}],[{"value":"English"},{"value":"`18`"}],[{"value":"History"},{"value":"`23`"}]]' />/> => </tableui><p>Based on the data from last month, how many of the next `250` students who come to the after-school tutoring will want help with math?</p>

### #3 of 5:Medium

Interpreting Data from Surveys

<p>Mrs. Smith wants to end the last Math class of the school year on a happy note by distributing candies to her `360` students. She asked a group of `60` randomly selected students about their candy preferences. The results are shown in the table below.</p><tableui data-variant="basic" data-headers='["Type of Candy","Number of Students"]' data-rows='[[{"value":"Skittles"},{"value":"`16`"}],[{"value":"Jello"},{"value":"`10`"}],[{"value":"Starburst"},{"value":"`16`"}],[{"value":"Sour Patches"},{"value":"`18`"}]]' /> /> => </tableui> <p>Based on this information, what is the best estimate for the number of skittles that Mrs. Smith should purchase?</p>

### #4 of 5:Medium

Interpreting Data from Surveys

<p>Four candidates, Abel, Ethan, Logan, and Alex, are running for the position of seventh-grade class President. Kayson wants to predict who will likely win the upcoming election, so he takes a random sample of `60` seventh-grade students during lunchtime. The results of his survey are in the table below. There are `480` students in the seventh-grade class who will be voting in the actual election. Based on Kayson's data, what is the number of students who are likely to vote for Abel?</p><tableui data-variant="basic" data-headers='["Class President Candidate","Number of Students Favor"]' data-rows='[[{"value":"Abel"},{"value":"`11`"}],[{"value":"Ethan"},{"value":"`14`"}],[{"value":"Logan"},{"value":"`12`"}],[{"value":"Alex"},{"value":"`23`"}]]' />

### #5 of 5:Medium

Interpreting Data from Surveys

<p>Getaway Travel Agency surveyed a random sample of `65` of their clients about their favorite vacation spots. Of the clients surveyed: </p> <ul><li>`21` would like to go to a Hawaiian island, </li> <li>`11` wanted to travel to Europe, </li> <li>`15` would like to visit Yellowstone National Park, and </li> <li>`18` thought a cruise to Alaska would be nice. </li> </ul> <p>There are `520` Getaway Travel Agency clients who will be booking one of these trips next year. Based on the agency survey data, predict the number of clients who will choose a vacation to the Hawaiian islands? </p>

Interpreting Data from Surveys Practice Problem: As per Common Core standards, grade 7 students must learn to interpret data from surveys. Teachers can provide practice problems that involve reading and analyzing data from surveys, such as calculating the mode, mean, and median. Students should be able to identify and interpr...

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