# Lesson Worksheet: Bar Graphs with Scales of 5 or 10 Mathematics

In this worksheet, we will practice reading and interpreting bar graphs with scales of 5 and 10.

Q1:

The bar graph shows how students get to school.

How many students go to school by car?

How many students walk to school?

Q2:

The bar graph shows the favorite superheroes for a group of children. How many more children prefer Wonder Woman than the superhero that is the second most popular?

Q3:

The graph shows the number of students who take part in various activities at a school. Determine the activity that had the fewest participants.

• ASports
• BArt
• CDrawing
• DMusic

Q4:

The graph shows the number of students who take part in various activities at a school. Arrange the activities from least to most popular.

• AMusic, sports, library, theater, drawing
• BLibrary, music, theater, drawing, sports
• CMusic, library, theater, drawing, sports
• DSports, drawing, theater, library, music
• EMusic, theater, sports, drawing, library

Q5:

The bar graph shows how many students like each color.

How many students like green?

How many students like pink?

Q6:

The bar chart shows the number of students who play different sports at a school. Which is more popular, diving or football?

• AFootball
• BDiving

Q7:

The bar graph shows the numbers of children having different types of pets.

How many children have cats?

Do more children have cats or dogs?

• ACats
• BDogs

How many more of that pet are there compared to the other?

Q8:

The graph shows how students travel to a school. What is the most popular way to travel?

• Abike
• Bcar
• Cwalking
• Dbus

Q9:

Natalie, Sophia, David, and Daniel all sold boxes of cookies to raise money for charity.

The bar graph shows how many boxes each person sold.

Natalie and Sophia were on the girls’ team. How many boxes did they sell altogether?

David and Daniel were on the boys’ team. How many fewer boxes did the boys’ team sell than the girls’ team?

Q10:

The graph shows the number of students who take part in various activities at a school. Order the activities from greatest to least according to the number of students who take part in them.

• AMusic, sports, library, theater, drawing
• BMusic, sports, library, drawing, theater
• CMusic, sports, theater, library, drawing
• DTheater, drawing, library, sports, music
• ESports, music, library, drawing, theater

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