Mathematics Questions and Answers – Presentation of Data

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This set of Mathematics Multiple Choice Questions & Answers (MCQs) focuses on “Presentation of Data”.

1. From the table given below, the marks of which the highest frequency exists is __________

Marks Students
3 1
4 2
5 2
6 4
7 5
8 3
9 2
10 1
Total 20
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a) 5
b) 7
c) 10
d) 20
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Answer: b
Explanation: The total number of students which have got particular marks is called frequency of those marks.
We can see from the figure that highest number of students is 5 who have got 7 marks.
Therefore, for 7 marks there exists the highest frequency.

2. Consider the runs scored by 11 players in a match which are given below. What is the range of this given data?

8  22  64  16  32  29  16  2  7  15  1
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a) 63
b) 64
c) 1
d) 223
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Answer: a
Explanation: Range of the data can be given by the following formula:
Range = Highest value – Lowest value
Highest value and lowest value from the data are 64 and 1 respectively.
Hence, range = 64 – 1
= 63.

3. From the table given below, what is the upper limit of class 50-55?

Mass Students
40-45 4
45-50 12
50-55 3
55-60 2
60-65 3
65-70 1
Total 25
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a) 25
b) 52.5
c) 55
d) 60
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Answer: c
Explanation: Upper limit of a particular class is the highest value of that class.
In this case, the class is 50-55 and the highest value is 55.

4. From the table given below, what is the lower limit of class 65-70?

Mass Students
40-45 4
45-50 12
50-55 3
55-60 2
60-65 3
65-70 1
Total 25
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a) 25
b) 67.5
c) 70
d) 65
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Answer: d
Explanation: Lower limit of a particular class is the lowest value of that class.
In this case, the class is 65-70 and the lowest value is 65.
Hence, lower limit is 65.

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