Worksheet: Bar Graph with up to 3 Categories

In this worksheet, we will practice reading a bar graph with unit scale and three categories to find how many are in each category and which category has the most or least.

Q1:

A hotel owner asked her guests how they travelled to her hotel. The given bar graph shows the mode of transport they used.

How many more people travelled by aeroplane than by boat?

  • A5
  • B10
  • C2
  • D8
  • E6

Q2:

While sitting in a park, Amira saw butterflies, bees, and ladybugs. The given bar graph shows how many of each insect she saw.

How many insects did Amira see in total?

Q3:

A triathlon has three stages: running, cycling, and swimming. The given bar graph shows the stage the participants are at in a certain moment during the triathlon.

How many participants are there in total?

Q4:

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?

Q5:

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

How many washing machines does the shop have?

  • A6
  • B8
  • C10
  • D3
  • E7

Q6:

A team of archeologists dug for artifacts at three excavation sites. The given bar graph shows how many artifacts were found at each one.

How many fewer artifacts were found in site 2 than site 1?

Q7:

A music store sells synthesizers, violins, and saxophones. The given bar graph shows how many of each instrument the store has.

How many more synthesizers are there than violins?

Q8:

Some children are listening to jazz, folk, and country music. The given bar graph shows the number of children listening to each genre.

How many children are listening to music all together?

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