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Lesson 4 - Making Line Plots



 1. 

Carla asked her classmates to find out how many hours they spent reading on the weekend. She collected the data in this table.

   mc001-1.jpg
Which line plot displays the data in Carla’s table?
a.

mc001-2.jpg
c.

mc001-4.jpg
b.

mc001-3.jpg
d.

mc001-5.jpg
 

 2. 

Refer to question 1. How many students did Carla survey?
a.
22
b.
20
c.
25
d.
23
 

 3. 

Refer to question 1. How many students did not read on the weekend?
a.
2
b.
1
c.
0
d.
4
 

 4. 

Refer to question 1. How many hours did most students spend reading?
a.
5
b.
1
c.
4
d.
3
 

 5. 

Refer to question 1. How many students spent 2 hours reading?
a.
1
b.
6
c.
4
d.
3
 

 6. 

Kam asked his classmates how many people were in their families. He listed his data in this table.
mc006-1.jpg
Which line plot displays Kam’s data?
a.

mc006-2.jpg
c.

mc006-4.jpg
b.

mc006-3.jpg
d.

mc006-5.jpg
 

 7. 

Refer to question 6. How many students did Kam survey?
a.
22
b.
20
c.
26
d.
24
 

 8. 

Refer to question 6. How many students have 5 people in their family?
a.
5
b.
3
c.
6
d.
1
 

 9. 

Refer to question 6. How many students have the most number of people in their family?
a.
3
b.
1
c.
5
d.
2
 

 10. 

Refer to question 6. How many people did the most number of students have in their family?
a.
5
b.
7
c.
3
d.
6
 



 
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