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Reading Charts, Graphs, and Understanding Directions Practice (page 2)

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  1. c. A wind speed of 143 miles per hour falls between 113 and 157, which is the range for an F2 tornado, choice c.
  2. b. Applying words such as mild, moderate, significant, severe, devastating, incredible, and inconceivable to the damage done by a tornado is a means of describing the damage, therefore, the words are descriptive, choice b.
  3. b. The Voorhees fire occurred on June 7. The Cougar Run fire occurred on June 14.
  4. b. The 115 acres at Burgaw Grove and 320 acres at Hanesboro Crossing adds up to 435 acres.
  5. d. This is the only choice that is an act of nature. Choice a is arson. Choices b and c are accidents.
  6. c. Parkston, with 74 days, is at level three.
  7. a. Chase Crossing is at level four; Kings Hill is at level two.
  8. a. The question asks in what field the most men are involved, not employed. The answer would include students, who are not necessarily salaried workers. Therefore, combining the number of students and teachers gives the largest number involved in education.
  9. b. Only two of the 200 men in the Baidya caste are farmers.
  10. a. The Men's and Women's table shows this as the only correct response.
  11. c. The Men's table shows this as the only correct response.
  12. d. The Men's and Women's table shows this as the only correct response.
  13. b. This choice is reflected in both the Men's table and the Men's and Women's table.
  14. d. This is the only correct choice as stated in the chart.
  15. c. According to the chart, this is the correct choice.
  16. a. This is the correct response for the yearly average.
  17. c. The correct response for this month is 7.9 inches.
  18. d. You will pay 13% tax if you earn between $25,000 and $40,000.
  19. a. You will pay 5% in Social Security if you earn between $70,000 and $100,000.
  20. d. People who earn $15,000 or less pay no taxes, according to the chart.
  21. c. The salary range of $15,000–$20,000 pays 10 percent tax and 5 percent Social Security, for 15% total.
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