Worksheet: Interpreting Line Plots

Q1:

Which temperature occurred most often?

Q2:

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

Q3:

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

Q4:

What is the most common number of siblings?

Q5:

Is the height of 51 inches the most common height among these students?

• Ayes
• Bno

Q6:

The line plot shows the pets owned by the students in a class. Do more students own dogs or gerbils?

• AGerbils
• BDogs

Q7:

The line plot shows the pets owned by the students in a class. Do more students own hamsters or cats?

• AHamsters
• BCats

Q8:

The line plot shows the pets owned by the students in a class. Do more students own cats or gerbils?

• AGerbils
• BCats

Q9:

The line plot shows the heights of a number of students. Is it true that none of the students is 49 inches tall?

• Ano
• Byes

Q10:

The line plot shows the heights of a number of students. Are all the students 54 inches tall?

• Ayes
• Bno

Q11:

Jack conducted a survey on how old his classmates were the first time they went fishing and recorded the answers in this chart. Which ages had the same number of responses?

• A4, 5
• B5, 6
• C8, 6
• D8, 9
• E7, 9

Q12:

Jack conducted a survey on how old his classmates were the first time they went fishing and recorded the answers in this chart. Which ages had the same number of responses?

• A5, 6
• B6, 7
• C4, 7
• D4, 10
• E8, 10

Q13:

The line plot shows the number of items recycled in a certain day. How many steel cans and newspapers were recycled on that day?

Q14:

Matthew is monitoring his jogging routine. How many days did he jog 4 or 5 miles?