Name:    Lesson 3 - Performing an Experiment

Keara performed an experiment to see how many words the students in Grade 6 can remember from a list. She showed students in Class A and Class B a list of 20 words for 1 min. Then she covered the list and asked each student to write down as many words as he or she could remember. She collected the data and then displayed it on this bar graph.

Use this bar graph to match the correct answer to each question about Keara’s experiment.
 a. Class B f. 26 b. 25 g. 11-15 words c. 0 h. 51 d. 6-10 words i. Class A e. 5 j. 7

1.

How many students are in Class A?

2.

How many students are in Class B?

3.

Which class had the most number students that remembered 6-10 words?

4.

Which class had the least number of students that remembered 16-20 words?

5.

How many students in Class A remembered 0-5 words?

6.

How many students in Class B remembered 11-15 words?

7.

How many students in Class B remembered 16-20 words?

8.

How many words did 3 students in Class A remember?

9.

How many words did 12 students in Class B remember?

10.

How many students took part in Keara’s experiment?