**Q4: **

The graph shows the marks of four students in mathematics and science. Which student got the lowest mark in science?

- AWilliam
- BMatthew
- CScarlett
- DIsabella

**Q5: **

The graph shows the marks of four students in mathematics and science tests. Which student got the highest mark in Mathematics?

- ADaniel
- BPriscila
- CCarolina
- DPedro

**Q6: **

The double bar graph shown represents the numbers of tickets sold at a movie theater. Suppose tickets for adults cost $6, and those for children cost $4. On which day did the movie theater make more than $207 in ticket sales?

- ASaturday
- BSunday
- CThursday
- DFriday

**Q7: **

The graph shows the number of visitors to three museums in 2005 and 2006. Did the History Museum or the National Museum have more visitors in 2006?

- AHistory Museum
- BNational Museum

**Q8: **

This multiple bar graph compares the total number of days students were absent over two academic years. Which quarter has the greatest difference in the number of days?

- A the second quarter
- B the first quarter
- C the fourth quarter
- D the third quarter

**Q9: **

This multiple bar graph compares the total number of days students were absent over two academic years. Which quarter has the greatest difference in the number of days?

- A the third quarter
- B the second quarter
- C the fourth quarter
- D the first quarter

**Q10: **

The graph shows Ricardo and Renataâ€™s exam marks across 5 subjects. In which subject did Ricardo get a higher mark than Renata?

- AMath
- BArabic
- CEnglish
- DScience
- ESocial Studies

**Q11: **

This double bar graph shows the results of a survey about peopleâ€™s favorite sports. Which of the following sports received the most votes?

- Aswimming
- Bbasketball
- Cfootball

**Q12: **

The bar graph shows the number of runs that the two teams achieved in each game of a baseball playoff. The team that wins 3 or more games wins the playoff. Which team won the playoff?

- ARockets
- BHawks

**Q13: **

The bar graph shows the highest and lowest temperatures in some of the worldâ€™s capital cities in a month. Calculate the mean of the highest temperatures in Cairo and London.