Worksheet: Line Graphs

In this worksheet, we will practice using line graphs to analyze data, communicate information, and get insights from data.

Q1:

The line graph represents the balance in Olivia’s savings account over 5 months. Between which two months did the balance decline?

  • AJanuary and February
  • BApril and May
  • CMarch and April
  • DFebruary and March

Q2:

The graph shows the average numbers of different fish that are found in the Red Sea. Using the graph, complete the table by filling in the number of each fish.

Fish TypesTunaCodHakeSharkBassMulletSole
Number of Fish
  • A80, 240, 100, 140, 20, 120, 220
  • B80, 240, 100, 20, 120, 140, 220
  • C80, 100, 240, 20, 140, 220, 120
  • D80, 240, 100, 20, 140, 120, 220

Q3:

The graph shows Olivia’s total savings over seven weeks. Did her total savings decrease from week 3 to week 7?

  • Ayes
  • Bno

Q4:

The graph represents Chloe’s total saving over seven weeks. Is it true or false that, by the end of week seven, Chloe’s total savings were $175?

  • ATrue
  • BFalse

Q5:

The line graph shows the area of farm land in a country from the year 2001 to 2005. Did the area of farm land decrease from 2001 to 2005?

  • Ano
  • Byes

Q6:

The graph shows Elizabeth’s total savings over 7 weeks. Did she save more money from week 5 to week 6 than any other week?

  • AYes
  • BNo

Q7:

The line graph shows the sales figures for a company in the first half of a given year. In which month had the sales increased the most from the previous month? By how much did they increase?

  • AThird month, $6,000
  • BFourth month, $2,000
  • CFifth month, $4,000
  • DSecond month, $6,000
  • ESixth month, $6,000

Q8:

The line graph shows the area of farm land in a country from the year 2001 to 2005. Did the area increase or decrease from 2001 to 2002?

  • ADecreased
  • BIncreased

Q9:

The graph shows the number of units produced in a factory. Over 5 months of a year. Determine the difference in the number of units produced in February and May.

Q10:

The graph shows the savings of Sophia in a 5 months period. Find the difference between her highest and lowest savings.

  • A10 LE
  • B8 LE
  • C14 LE
  • D16 LE

Q11:

The graph shows the average numbers of different fish that are found in the Red Sea. Find the sum of the highest and lowest number of fish.

Q12:

The graph shows the average numbers of different fish that are found in the Red Sea. What is the highest number of any type of fish?

Q13:

The graph shows the average numbers of different fish that are found in the Red Sea. Which two fish have the same number?

  • Ahake and marlin
  • Bmullet and lion
  • Clion and sole
  • Dtuna and shark
  • Emarlin and mullet

Q14:

The graph shows the average numbers of different fish that are found in the Red Sea. What is the range of the data?

Q15:

The line graph shows the savings of a person in the first four months of a year. What was the highest amount saved in any one month?

  • AJanuary
  • BApril
  • CFebruary
  • DMarch

Q16:

The graph shows the savings of a student over 5 months. How much did the student save in total?

  • A28 LE
  • B66 LE
  • C72 LE
  • D50 LE

Q17:

The graph shows the numbers of visitors to a fair during one hour. Find the total number of visitors.

Q18:

The graph shows the marks that a student attained in English tests over 5 months. Given that the test in March was out of 60, what percentage of marks did the student get?

  • A60%
  • B75%
  • C25%
  • D15%

Q19:

The graph shows the average numbers of different fish that are found in the Red Sea. What is the lowest number of any type of fish?

Q20:

The line graph shows the marks 120 students received in a mathematics test. How many students received less than 40 marks?

Q21:

The line graph shows the marks 120 students received in an exam. How many students received 20 marks or more?

Q22:

The graph shows how much money a student had in their savings over 5 months.

How much did the student put into their savings in total over the 5-month period?

How much did the student take out of their savings in total over the 5-month period?

Q23:

The graph shows how much Madison had in savings at the end of each month, over a 5-month period. Find the difference in amount between when her savings were highest and when they were lowest.

Q24:

The line graph below shows the number of cars parked outside a school on a Friday afternoon.

Use the line graph to answer the following questions.

How many cars were parked outside the school at 4 pm?

At what time were there 25 cars parked outside the school?

  • A5 pm
  • B4 pm
  • C3 pm
  • D2 pm

At what time were the least number of cars were parked?

  • A5 pm
  • B3 pm
  • C6 pm
  • D4 pm

At which different times were the same number of cars parked?

  • A2 pm and 5 pm
  • B2 pm and 6 pm
  • C3 pm and 5 pm
  • D2 pm and 4 pm

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