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# Question Video: Reading Data from a Bar Graph Mathematics • Second Year of Primary School

A farmers’ market has a fruit section, a meat section and a bread section. The given bar graph shows how many people are standing at each section of the market. How many people are there at the market?

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A farmer’s market has a fruit section, a meat section, and a bread section. The given bar graph shows how many people are standing at each section of the market. How many people are there at the market?

The bar graph shows that there were eight people standing at the fruit section. There were two people standing at the meat section. And finally, there were four people standing at the bread section.

To work out the total number of people, we need to add eight, two, and four. Eight plus two plus four is equal to 14. Therefore, there were 14 people at the farmer’s market.

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