Worksheet: Bar Graphs with Nonunit Scales

In this worksheet, we will practice drawing a bar graph with unit and nonunit scales and reading bar graphs to solve one- and two-step comparison, sum, and difference problems.

Q1:

Using the information in the graph, complete the given table by filling in the population in thousands for each year.

Year1,9501,9601,9701,9801,9902,000
Population in Thousands
  • A5, 20, 20, 60, 55, 90
  • B5, 25, 20, 55, 60, 90
  • C5, 20, 55, 25, 60, 90
  • D5, 20, 25, 55, 60, 90

Q2:

The bar chart shows the number of students who play different sports at a school. What is the least popular sport?

  • Aswimming
  • Bfootball
  • Cbasketball
  • Dhandball

Q3:

The graph shows the number of births at a hospital from 2,003 to 2,007. How many births were there in 2,003?

Q4:

The graph shows the donations of five people to an orphanage. Find the difference between the greatest and the smallest donation.

  • A50 pounds
  • B750 pounds
  • C700 pounds
  • D500 pounds
  • E600 pounds

Q5:

The graph shows the time it takes students in a school to travel to school. How many students take more than 15 minutes?

Q6:

Every student has a favorite subject. The bar graph shows the favorite subjects of students at a school.

What is the total number of students at the school?

Q7:

The graph shows the donations of five people to an orphanage. What was the highest donation?

  • A400 pounds
  • B450 pounds
  • C650 pounds
  • D300 pounds
  • E700 pounds

Q8:

The graph shows how students travel to school. How many students walk?

Q9:

The given graph shows the number of books a group of friends have. Who has two books fewer than Matthew?

  • AJennifer
  • BDaniel
  • CMason
  • DNatalie

Q10:

The graph shows the number of books a group of friends have read. Which people have read more books than Noah?

  • AJames and Victoria
  • BVictoria and Matthew
  • CVictoria and Olivia
  • DJames and Matthew
  • EJames and Olivia

Q11:

The bar graph shows the total number of miles that five people hiked last summer. Who hiked more than twice as far as Liam?

  • ADavid
  • BWilliam
  • CLiam
  • DJacob
  • ENoah

Q12:

The graph shows the approximated population of a village in Egypt. Giving your answer in thousands, by how much has the population increased from 1950 to 2000?

  • A40 thousand
  • B20 thousand
  • C80 thousand
  • D10 thousand
  • E5 thousand

Q13:

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?

Q14:

The graph represents the number of people who visited a zoo between January and June. In which month did the zoo have the fewest visitors?

  • AFebruary
  • BMarch
  • CApril
  • DJanuary

Q15:

The graph represents the number of visitors to a restaurant on different days of the week. Which day had the fewest visitors?

  • ASaturday
  • BTuesday
  • CSunday
  • DMonday
  • EWednesday

Q16:

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

  • Asports
  • Bart
  • Cdrawing
  • Dmusic

Q17:

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

Q18:

The bar graph represents the favorite fruits of a group of people. Which fruit was twice as popular as another?

  • AKiwi
  • BWatermelon
  • CPapaya
  • DTangerine
  • EMango

Q19:

The graph represents the number of people who visited a zoo between January and June. How many more people visited the zoo in the most popular month compared to the least?

Q20:

The graph shows the donations of five people to an orphanage. What was the smallest amount donated by one person?

  • A300 LE
  • B650 LE
  • C700 LE
  • D350 LE
  • E500 LE

Q21:

The bar chart shows the number of students who were vaccinated during a week. Determine on which day the greatest number of students were vaccinated.

  • AMonday
  • BWednesday
  • CThursday
  • DSaturday

Q22:

The graph shows the number of visitors to a zoo during a week. Using the graph, complete the table.

The DaySaturdaySundayMondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFriday
Number of Visitors
  • A250, 500, 350, 400, 150, 250, 200
  • B250, 500, 400, 350, 150, 250, 200
  • C250, 500, 400, 400, 150, 250, 200
  • D250, 400, 500, 350, 150, 250, 200
  • E250, 550, 400, 350, 150, 250, 200

Q23:

The given graph shows the number of medals won by four countries in the Olympics. Complete the frequency table below.

CountryCanadaItalyFranceChina
Number of Medals
  • A25, 20, 25, 40
  • B30, 25, 30, 45
  • C35, 30, 35, 50
  • D40, 35, 40, 55

Q24:

Using the graph, find the percent of students who use the computer to read news. Give the answer as a fraction in its simplest form and then as a decimal.

  • A3250,1.2
  • B325,0.12
  • C65,0.012
  • D325,1.2
  • E3250,0.12

Q25:

The graph shows the number of visitors to a restaurant on different days of the week. How many people visited on Sunday?

  • A130 visitors
  • B80 visitors
  • C60 visitors
  • D70 visitors
  • E30 visitors

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