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The table shows the number of
students who go to school by bus, by car, and on foot. Which of the following graphs
matches the table?

In this question, we have to find
the graph that matches the information in this table. Let’s look more closely at the
information shown in the table. The information in this row of the
table tells us that nine students go to school by bus. This row tells us that four
children go to school by car. And this row shows us the number of
students who travel to school on foot, which is seven. Which of these three graphs matches
the table?

We know the number of students who
travel to school by bus is nine, so this row needs to have nine buses. So let’s count them. One, two, three, four, five, six,
seven, eight, nine. The number of buses in this graph
matches the number of buses in the table. Does this graph show four cars? One, two, three, four. Yes, it does. Does this row show that seven
children travel to school on foot? Let’s check. One, two, three, four, five, six,
seven, eight. This graph doesn’t match the
table.

Does this graph match the
table? Can you see that this graph has
less pictures of buses than the first? This graph only shows seven
students traveling to school by bus. It does show four students
traveling by car and seven students on foot, but we’re looking for the graph that
matches the table, nine buses, four cars, and seven students traveling to school on
foot.

Let’s check the final graph. This graph shows the same number of
buses as the first graph, nine. There are four cars and seven
students on foot. This is the graph that matches the
table. This graph shows that nine students
travel to school by bus, four students travel to school by car, and seven students
travel to school on foot. This graph matches the information
in the table.