Time Spent Playing Outdoors

for Fifth Graders and Seventh Graders

2 dot plots with number lines going from 0 to 10. A dot plot titled fifth grade has 0 dots above 0, 2 above 1, 3 above 2, 1 above 3, 4 above 4, 5 above 5, 5 above 6, 2 above 7, 2 above 8, and 0 and 9 and 10. A dot plot titled seventh grade has 2 dots above 0, 2 above 1, 3 above 2, 5 above 3, 5 above 4, 3 above 5, 3 above 6, 1 above 7, and 0 above 8, 9, and 10.

Which statement correctly compares the shape of the data in the plots?

Both sets of data have a peak at 5 hours and 6 hours.

The left side of the data looks similar to the right side in the seventh-grade data, but not in the fifth-grade data.

In both sets, the data cluster around 3 hours.

There is a gap in the fifth-grade data, but not in the seventh-grade data.

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