Name:    Lesson 5 - Using Bar Graphs

1.

Caitlin asked her friends how they get to school. She displayed her data on this bar graph.

How many friends walk to school?
 a. 5 b. 8 c. 10 d. 7

2.

Refer to question 1. How do most of Caitlin’s friends get to school?
 a. walk b. school bus c. car d. bicycle

3.

Refer to question 1. How do the least number of friends get to school?
 a. bicycle b. walk c. school bus d. car

4.

Refer to question 1. How do 8 of Caitlin’s friends get to school?
 a. school bus b. walk c. bicycle d. car

5.

Refer to question 1. How many of Caitlin’s friends use a skateboard to get to school?
 a. not one of the choices c. 5 b. 7 d. 1

6.

Craig asked his friends what their favourite after school activity is. He displayed his data on this bar graph.

How many friends like dance lessons?
 a. 8 b. 5 c. 6 d. 2

7.

Refer to question 6. Which is the least favourite activity?
 a. art classes c. dance lessons b. swimming lessons d. skating lessons

8.

Refer to question 6. Which is the most favourite activity?
 a. piano lessons c. skating lessons b. swimming lessons d. dance lessons

9.

Refer to question 6. Which activity do 2 students like?
 a. swimming lessons c. dance lessons b. piano lessons d. art classes

10.

Refer to question 6. How many students like swimming lessons?
 a. 3 b. 8 c. 5 d. 7