# Lesson Worksheet: Line Graphs Mathematics • 5th Grade

In this worksheet, we will practice reading and drawing line graphs showing data over time.

Q1:

The line graph shows how much a person saved in each of the first four months of a year. In which month was the smallest amount of money saved?

• AJanuary
• BApril
• CFebruary
• DMarch

Q2:

The line graph shows the ages of 125 people. Which age has the largest number of people?

Q3:

This line graph shows the number of machine units a factory produced over 5 months. In which month did the factory produce the most machine units?

• AJanuary
• BFebruary
• CMarch
• DApril

Q4:

The graph shows the numbers of visitors to a fair during 1 hour. How many girls visited?

Q5:

This line graph shows the number of machine units a factory produced over 5 months. What is the maximum number of machine units they produced in a single month?

Q6:

The line graph represents the balance in Rania’s savings account over 5 months. What was the lowest recorded balance and in which month was it recorded?

• A24 pounds, May
• B8 pounds, May
• C6 pounds, April
• D6 pounds, March
• E6 pounds, May

Q7:

The line graph shows the ages of 100 people. Which age has the fewest number of people?

Q8:

Matthew works as a salesman in a car showroom. He records the number of cars sold in five days on the line graph.

How many cars were sold on Wednesday?

Q9:

The line graph shows how much a person saved in each of the first four months of a year. In which month was the greatest amount of money saved?

• AMarch
• BApril
• CJanuary
• DFebruary

Q10:

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