Lesson Worksheet: Dot Plots Mathematics • 4th Grade

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

Q1:

How many families have at least 4 children?

Q2:

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

Q3:

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

Q4:

What is the difference between the highest score and the lowest score?

Q5:

Which of the descriptions is not true for the distribution represented by the diagram?

  • AThe distribution has an outlier at 5.
  • BThe distribution has a cluster from 21 to 27.
  • CThe distribution has a peak at 26.
  • DThe distribution is symmetric.
  • EThe distribution has a gap from 6 to 20.

Q6:

The line plot shows math test scores of a group of students. Which of the following is a cluster of data?

  • A16–17
  • B16–19
  • C17–19
  • D16–18
  • E15–19

Q7:

Identify any outliers in this line plot.

Q8:

David asked his friends how many cupcakes they had at the party. Determine how many people had no more than 5 cupcakes.

Q9:

The graph shows the weights of all dogs in a shelter. Are there 35 dogs in the shelter?

  • ANo
  • BYes

Q10:

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

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