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Lesson 6 - Making Bar Graphs



 1. 

The students in Richard’s class collected data on the number of different trees they spotted during a nature walk. Their data is shown in this table.

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Which bar graph shows the data in the table?
 
a.

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c.

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b.

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d.

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 2. 

Refer to question 1. Which type of tree did Richard’s class spot the most of?
a.
evergreen
b.
elm
c.
oak
d.
maple
 

 3. 

Refer to question 1. How many oak trees did Richard’s class spot?
a.
13
b.
9
c.
7
d.
4
 

 4. 

Refer to question 1. Which tree did they spot 7 of?
a.
elm
b.
evergreen
c.
oak
d.
birch
 

 5. 

Refer to question 1. Which tree did they spot the least of?
a.
elm
b.
oak
c.
evergreen
d.
birch
 

 6. 

Hiro has a package of jelly beans. He counted the number of jelly beans of different colours there were in the package. He displayed his data in this bar graph.

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How many jelly beans are in Hiro’s package?
a.
57
b.
50
c.
53
d.
55
 

 7. 

Refer to question 6. How many black jelly beans are there?
a.
10
b.
8
c.
4
d.
7
 

 8. 

Refer to question 6. Which colour are there 7 of?
a.
blue
b.
red
c.
yellow
d.
green
 

 9. 

Refer to question 6. Which colour are there the most of?
a.
green
b.
red
c.
black
d.
blue
 

 10. 

Refer to question 6. Which colour are there the least of?
a.
black
b.
yellow
c.
red
d.
blue
 



 
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