Worksheet: Reading Bar Graphs with a Unit Scale

In this lesson, we will practice reading bar graphs with a unit scale to find how many items are in each category and compare data effectively.

Q1:

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?

Q2:

Scarlett, Anthony, and Madison collect coins. The given bar graph shows how many coins each of them has.

How many more coins does Anthony have than Scarlett?

Q3:

David, Elizabeth, and Anthony all bought some pens. The given bar graph shows how many pens each of them got.

How many pens did Elizabeth buy?

Q4:

The bar graph shows the colors of marbles in a bowl.

How many marbles are green?

Q5:

An appliance store sells refrigerators, washing machines, and air conditioners. The given bar graph shows the number of appliances the store has.

How many washing machines does the store have?

Q6:

Michael, Chloe, and Hannah made some paintings. They used the bar graph to show how many they made.

How many fewer paintings did Michael make than Hannah?

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