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Mean, Median, and Mode Practice Questions
Practice
This sales chart shows February's new car and truck sales for the top five sales associates at Vero Beach Motors:

The monthly sales award is given to the sales associate with the highest weekly average for the month. Who won the award in February?
a. Arnie
b. Bob
c. Caleb
d. Debbie
e. Ed

What was the average of all the weekly totals (the total of all sales for each week)?
a. 26
b. 27
c. 31
d. 35
e. 36

What was the median of all the weekly totals?
a. 26
b. 27
c. 31
d. 35
e. 36

What was the average of all the monthly totals (the total of all sales for each associate)?
a. 24
b. 24.8
c. 25
d. 28.8
e. 31

Based on the February sales figures, what was the most likely number of weekly sales for an associate? (Hint: Find the mode.)
a. 0
b. 4
c. 5
d. 8
e. It cannot be determined.

Which sales associate had the lowest median sales in February?
a. Arnie
b. Bob
c. Caleb
d. Debbie
e. Ed

Which week had the highest mean?
a. Week 1
b. Week 2
c. Week 3
d. Week 4
e. Each week had the same mean.
Use what you know about mean, median, and mode to solve these word problems.

A university professor determines her students' grade by averaging the following three scores: the midterm, the final exam, and the student's average on four unit tests. Clive's average on the four unit tests is a 72. He scored a 53 on the midterm. What is the lowest score he can get on the final exam if he needs to pass the class with an average of 65?
a. 65
b. 67
c. 68
d. 70
e. 72

Luke times his first mile every time he goes running. Today he ran 4 miles, and his first mile was 6 minutes and 54 seconds. If his total time was 27 minutes and 12 seconds, what was his average mile pace on his last 3 miles?
a. 7 minutes 12 seconds
b. 7 minutes 8 seconds
c. 6 minutes 8 seconds
d. 6 minutes 34 seconds
e. 6 minutes 46 seconds
Use the following table to answer questions 10–12.

Find the median house price in the table.
a. $173,500
b. $203,250
c. $196,500
d. $215,000
e. $210,000

Find the mean house price in the table, to the nearest dollar.
a. $210,750
b. $215,763
c. $218,188
d. $199,452
e. $196,961

By how much money does the mean home price drop when the mean is calculated after leaving out the most expensive home ($375,000)?
a. $22,402
b. $20,380
c. $19,791
d. $18,003
e. $17,549

Given the following group of numbers—8, 2, 9, 4, 2, 7, 8, 0, 4, 1—which of the following is (are) true?
I. The mean is 5.
II. The median is 4.
III. The sum of the modes is 14.
a. II only
b. II and III
c. I and II
d. I and III
e. I, II, and III
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