SAT Math 3.5 Statistics and Probability
|Coordinates and Graphs||Interpreting Graphs|
|Data Analysis||Data Interpretation|
|Functions||Interpret expressions for functions|
|Problem Solving and Data Analysis||Data collection and evaluation|
|Product Type||SAT Math|
|SAT Math||Statistics and Probability|
|Statistics||Charts, Graphs, and Tables|
|Statistics and Probability||Interpret linear models|
Make inferences and justify conclusions
Make inferences and justify conclusions from sample surveys, experiments, and observational studies
Summarize, represent, and interpret data on two variables
Ok, this question is testing whether or not we know how to read a graph.
Since freshmen are depicted in blue, and seniors are depicted in orange, as shown by the key on the right…
This kinda key.
…we need to look for the field of study where the blue bar far exceeds the length
of the orange bar to find which subject freshmen overwhelmingly study compared to seniors.
The subject that fits this description better than any other field of study in the graph is PreMed.
It’s…pretty obvious that this blue bar is way longer than this orange bar.
The correct answer is (E).