# Lesson Worksheet: Line Plots Mathematics

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

Q1:

The dot plot shows the different scores achieved in a game. What was the highest score? Q2:

How many families have at least 4 children? Q3:

The dot plot shows the shoe sizes of students in a grade 9 class. What is the largest shoe size of a student in the class?

Q4:

Mr. Sanchez recorded the number of books each student borrowed from the school library in a week. By how much does the number of students who borrowed 0 or 1 book exceed the number who borrowed 8 or 9 books? Q5:

How many families have fewer than 3 children? Q6:

The line plot shows the number of comic books owned by a group of students. How many comic books are owned by each of exactly 4 students? Q7:

Determine how many of the activities represented on the line plot burn 4 calories per minute. Q8:

The dot plot shows the different scores achieved in a quiz. What was the lowest score? Q9:

The line plot shows the number of people who subscribed to an online course in June. The deadline for subscription was the 20th of June, and there was a discount for subscriptions 5 or more days before the deadline. How many people received the discount? Q10:

The given line plot shows the quiz scores of students in a history class. How many students scored less than 14? 