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.
Introduction
A bar graph must have
a
title
with capital letters
evenly spaced
lines to show the number of items
labels
for the lines, the left side and the bottom
names
or pictures for what each bar represents
Exercises
Refer to the bar graph to complete the exercises.
1.
How many of the neighborhood pets are dogs?
3
1
.
Correct
Incorrect
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2.
How many of the neighorhood pets are snakes?
2
2
.
Correct
Incorrect
Not Assigned
3.
Are there more dogs or cats in the neighborhood?
cats
3
.
Correct
Incorrect
Not Assigned
Use the bar graph to complete the exercises.
4.
How many friends like vanilla ice cream?
3
4
.
Correct
Incorrect
Not Assigned
5.
What type of ice cream do most friends like?
chocolate
5
.
Correct
Incorrect
Not Assigned
6.
How many more friends like vanilla than strawberry?
2
6
.
Correct
Incorrect
Not Assigned
Use the information below to complete the exercises.
Mike was told to count the hair dryers on display in the store. Mike counted:
5
3
6
7.
Fill in the empty boxes to label Mike's bar graph.
Possible answer:
7
.
Correct
Incorrect
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8.
Shade the blocks to complete Mike's bar graph above.
8
.
Correct
Incorrect
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9.
What is the total number of hair dryers Mike counted?
14
9
.
Correct
Incorrect
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10.
Use the bar graph to compare.
How many fewer
are there than
?
3
10
.
Correct
Incorrect
Not Assigned
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