# Card #1 Name

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Card #1 Name ___________________

The table at the right shows the data from an exit poll from the 2004 Presidential Election classified by educational level. Answer the following.

 Bush Kerry No High School 268 273 HS Grad 1563 1412 Some College 2360 2011 College Grad 1847 1634 Post Grad 962 1202

a) What percent of the sample voted for Bush?

b) What percent of the sample were not HS grads?

c) Of those people who said they voted for Kerry, what percent had attended college?

d) Of those people who were HS grads only, what percentage voted for Bush?

e) What is the marginal distribution of educational level?

Card #1 Name ____________________

The table at the right shows the data from an exit poll from the 2004 Presidential Election classified by educational level. Answer the following.
a) What percent of the sample voted for Bush?

b) What percent of the sample were not HS grads?

 Bush Kerry No High School 268 273 HS Grad 1563 1412 Some College 2360 2011 College Grad 1847 1634 Post Grad 962 1202

c) Of those people who said they voted for Kerry, what percent had attended college?

d) Of those people who were HS grads only, what percentage voted for Bush?

e) What is the marginal distribution of educational level?

Card #2 Name ___________________

 Fresh Soph Jun Sen No AP Courses 311 296 277 133 1 AP Course 1 23 65 51 2 AP Courses 0 4 48 83 3 or More APs 0 0 4 54

The table at the right shows the involvement of the student body of Anytown High School in AP courses.
a) What percent of AHS students have

b) What percentage of the Seniors have never had an AP course?

c) What percentage of students with 2 or more AP courses are classified as Juniors?

d) What is the distribution of grade level for students with no AP courses?

e) What is the conditional distribution of AP courses for each grade level? Create a segmented bar graph to compare these distributions. Put your answer on the back.

Card #2 Name ____________________

 Fresh Soph Jun Sen No AP Courses 311 296 277 133 1 AP Course 1 23 65 51 2 AP Courses 0 4 48 83 3 or More APs 0 0 4 54

The table at the right shows the involvement of the student body of Anytown High School in AP courses.
a) What percent of AHS students have

b) What percentage of the Seniors have never had an AP course?

c) What percentage of students with 2 or more AP courses are classified as Juniors?

d) What is the distribution of grade level for students with no AP courses?

e) What is the conditional distribution of AP courses for each grade level? Create a segmented bar graph to compare these distributions. Put your answer on the back.

Card #3 Name ___________________

a) What percent of students drive to school?
 Student drives to school Student doesn’t drive to school Both parents work 3,142 4,230 One parent works 2,104 1,648 Neither parent works 425 118

b) What percent of students have at least one parent that works?

c) If a student does not drive to school, what is the percentage that they have at least one

parent that does not work?

d) If neither parent works, what is the percentage that the student drives to school?

e) Are parent jobs and whether the student drives independent events? Explain.

Card #3 Name ____________________

a) What percent of students drive to school?
 Student drives to school Student doesn’t drive to school Both parents work 3,142 4,230 One parent works 2,104 1,648 Neither parent works 425 118

b) What percent of students have at least one parent that works?

c) If a student does not drive to school, what is the percentage that they have at least one

parent that does not work?

d) If neither parent works, what is the percentage that the student drives to school?

e) Are parent jobs and whether the student drives independent events? Explain.