Q1:

The graph shows the composition of an export order of fruit.
In a order of fruit of 20 000 tonnes, what weight of apples would there be?

A. 600 tonnes B. 6000 tonnes C. 3000 tonnes D. 15 000 tonnes 
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Q2:

In the graph in question 1, the angle at the centre of the "Kiwifruit" sector should be: 
A. 160° B. 72° C. 108° D. 144° 
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Q3:

Which fruit is least in demand? 
A. Apples B. Pears C. Kiwifruit D. Other 
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Q4:

The graph shows the test scores of 200 students. What type of graph is it?

A.^{ }Pictograph B. Pie chart C. Bar graph D. Line graph 
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Q5:

In the graph in question 4, the fraction of students who scored between 25% and 50% is 
A. B. C. D. 
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Q6:

In the graph in question 4, how many students scored over 50 marks? 
A. 100 B. 70 C. 130 D. 60 
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Q7:

In a pie graph showing a survey of 300 people, 100 say "Yes" to tax increases. What would the angle be at the centre of the circle for the "Yes" sector? 
A. 100° B. 120° C. 150° D. 180° 
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Q8:

In a pictograph each picture represents 4 items. How many items would 3.5 pictures represent? 
A. 15 items B. 14 items C. 13 items D. 12 items 
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Q9:

What sort of graph would be best to show the results of a survey into the expenditure within a household on food, power, rent, etc. expressed as percentages? 
A. Line graph B. Bar graph C. Histogram D. Pie chart 
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Q10:

Which type of graph is also called a column graph? 
A.^{ }Bar graph B. Sector graph C. Line graph D. Pie chart 
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