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Question 1)
All of the pie charts above represent WNBA players’ odds of making a shot.

Which player’s chart is about half of the value of Player X?
Question 2)
Which of the following decimal numbers can be represented by point X on the number line?
Question 3)
An NFL kicker makes 80 percent of his field goals in a given season.

Which of the following statements describes how frequently he makes field goals?
Question 4)
The chart above represents an NBA player’s odds of making a free throw. Which percentage is represented by the chart above?
Question 5)
The charts above represent two WNBA players’ odds of making free throws. Which of the following statements about the represented values is true?
Question 6)
Four NBA players competed in three separate games. The table shows the total number of shots each player had made after each game.
Shots Made After Game 1 Shots Made After Game 2 Shots Made After Game 3
Player A 10 20 25
Player B 4 11 20
Player C 3 6 9
Player D 10 13 19
Which player made the same number of shots in each game?
Question 7)
The pie chart above represents a WNBA player’s odds of making a three-point shot. The percentage represented is 45%.

If the player takes 200 shots, approximately how many shots should she expect to make?
Question 8)
A basketball player makes 8 of 16 shots in a game. This performance represents his usual odds of making shots during a game.

How many shots should he expect to make if he takes 8 shots in his next game?