Problem Bank
Textbook
6 Math Nelson
Chapter
Chapter 3
Section
Problem Bank
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A red die and blue die are tossed and the two numbers are used to create a coordinate pair. The point for each pair is plotted on this grid.

a) Name a coordinate pair that will be inside the rectangle.

b) Name a coordinate pair that will be outside the rectangle.

c) What fraction of the coordinate pairs will be inside or on the sides of the rectangle? Explain your reasoning

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Q1

a) How would the red line segment look if the numbers in each coordinate pair were reversed?

b) How would the green line segment look if the numbers in each coordinate pair were reversed?

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Q2

Carmen was thirsty when she came home from soccer practice. The line graph compares the amount of water in her glass and time. Describe what is happening in each part of her graph.

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Q3

a) A biologist is studying the snowy owl population in Canada. She found nine nests containing three to nine eggs. The median number of eggs is six. Three nests contained five eggs. How many eggs might have been in each nest? Explain how you solved the problem.

b) Explain how your answer would change if the mean number of eggs was also 6.

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Q5

a) Calculate the mean of each set.

2, 3, 5, 6

4, 8, 10, 12, 1

b) Add one number to one set so that the means of both sets are equal. Explain your reasoning.

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Q6

Jordan made a Carroll diagram to organize the numbers from 1 to 20 but forgot to label each row and column.

a) What labels should he write in each row and column?

b) Draw a Venn diagram to organize Jordan’s numbers.

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Q7