Collect data and create a bar graph
Objectives
Student will be able to:
recall the components of a bar graph.
use a bar graph to interpret data.
create a bar graph using collected data.
Exercises
Refer to the bar graph to complete the exercises. Write answers in complete sentences.
1.
Count the shaded blocks above the flowers.
How many
are there?
There are 6 flowers.
1
.
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2.
Look at the bar graph.
How many
are there?
There are 3 trees.
2
.
Correct
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3.
Use the bar graph to compare the number of flowers and the number of trees.
How many more
are there than
?
There are 3 more flowers than there are trees.
3
.
Correct
Incorrect
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Use the information about Izzy's stamps to complete the exercises.
Izzy collected stamps. She grouped them by color.
Izzy has 2 purple stamps.
Izzy has 5 red stamps.
Izzy has 6 blue stamps.
4.
Shade the blocks to complete Izzy's bar graph.
4
.
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5.
How many more blue stamps are there than purple stamps?
There are 4 more blue stamps.
5
.
Correct
Incorrect
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6.
How many fewer purple stamps are there than red stamps?
There are 3 fewer purple stamps.
6
.
Correct
Incorrect
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Izzy has 2 purple stamps.
Izzy has 5 red stamps.
Izzy has 6 blue stamps.