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Grade 7 McGraw Hill Glencoe - Answer Keys
Chapter 10: Statistics; Lesson 1: Make Predictions
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The table shows the results of a survey of Hamilton Middle School seventh graders. Use the table to find the following probabilities.
Predict how many students out of 400 will enter the education field.
Predict how many students out of 500 will enter the medical field.
Use the circle graph that shows the results of a poll to which 60,000 teens responded. Predict how many of the approximately 28 million teens in the United States would buy a music CD if they were given $20.
Building on the Essential Question When can statistics be used to gain information about a population from a sample?