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# Interpreting Box Plots - Maximum and Minimums (Grade 6)

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## Interpreting Box Plots - Maximum and Minimums

1.
The students in a sixth-grade class recorded the number of minutes they each spent on homework one night. The box plot shows the class results.

What is the maximum value?
1. 38 minutes
2. 43 minutes
3. 45 minutes
4. 49 minutes
5. 50 minutes
2.
The students in a sixth-grade class recorded the number of minutes they each spent on homework one night. The box plot shows the class results.

What is the minimum value?
1. 38 minutes
2. 43 minutes
3. 45 minutes
4. 49 minutes
5. 50 minutes
3.
A math teacher records student test scores. The box plot shows the results.

What is the maximum value?
1. 40 points
2. 65 points
3. 80 points
4. 95 points
5. 100 points
4.
A math teacher records student test scores. The box plot shows the results.

What is the minimum value?
1. 100 points
2. 95 points
3. 80 points
4. 65 points
5. 40 points
5.
The box plots compare the ages of children who attend story time at two different libraries, Library A and Library B.

What is the minimum value for Library A?
1. 2 years old
2. 3.5 years old
3. 4 years old
4. 7 years old
5. 10 years old
6.
The box plots compare the ages of children who attend story time at two different libraries, Library A and Library B.

Which statement correctly compares the maximum values?
1. The maximum value is less for Library A than Library B.
2. The maximum value is greater for Library A than Library B.
3. The maximum values are the same for Library A and Library B.
7.
The box plots compare employee salaries, in thousands of dollars, at two companies.

What is the minimum value for Company A?
1. $20,000 2.$24,000
3. $30,000 4.$36,000
5. $38,000 8. The box plots compare employee salaries, in thousands of dollars, at two companies. What is the minimum value for Company B? 1.$20,000
2. $24,000 3.$30,000
4. $36,000 5.$38,000
9.
The box plots compare employee salaries, in thousands of dollars, at two companies.

What is the maximum value for Company A?
1. $20,000 2.$24,000
3. $30,000 4.$36,000
5. $38,000 10. The box plots compare employee salaries, in thousands of dollars, at two companies. Which statement correctly compares the maximum values? 1. The maximum salary is$2,000 less at Company A than Company B.
2. The maximum salary is $4,000 less at Company A than Company B. 3. The maximum salary is$2,000 more at Company A than Company B.
4. The maximum salary is \$4,000 more at Company A than Company B.
5. The maximum salaries are the same at Company A and Company B.
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