# Lesson Worksheet: Data Tables Eleven Plus

In this worksheet, we will practice reading information from data tables and inferring missing data.

Q1:

Emily looked at the review ratings of 50 books on a book website. She recorded the data in a table.

1 Star2 Stars3 Stars
Fantasy 9 6 4
Romance8
Crime 4 4 3

How many romance novels received 2 or more stars?

• A7
• B12
• C38
• D14
• E0

Q2:

The wins, losses, and draws of St. Mary’s Rugby Club are shown in the table.

Year Wins Losses Draws
2020 12 7 1
2021 11 9 0
2022 14 4 2

How many matches in total did the team not lose?

• A33
• B35
• C37
• D40
• E42

Q3:

The students in two years of a school have to choose between three books to read. Each class has 30 students.

The Wind in the Willows Charlotte’s Web The Hobbit
Year 5 12 7 11
Year 6 6 9

How many students chose The Hobbit?

• A30
• B11
• C26
• D18
• E22

Q4:

Julia collected the following data during a survey at her school.

Favourite Settings
CityCoastCountryside
Boys20815
Girls612

80 pupils completed the survey.

How many girls chose the coast as their favourite setting?

• A21
• B8
• C16
• D19
• E9

Q5:

This table shows the populations of three cities.

CityPopulation
BexterFive hundred and fifty thousand
Glasston65‎ ‎099
RustwoodHalf a million

Which of the following shows the cities arranged in order of population size, starting with the smallest?

• AGlasston, Bexter, Rustwood
• BGlasston, Rustwood, Bexter
• CBexter, Glasston, Rustwood
• DBexter, Rustwood, Glasston
• ERustwood, Bexter, Glasston

Q6:

Look at this table showing the performance of the school netball team.

YearWonLostDrawn
2017 3101
2018 652
2019 851

How many matches in total did the team not lose?

• A24
• B19
• C20
• D17
• E21

Q7:

In a survey, 100 residents of Summertown answered the question below.

Do you like living in Summertown?
YesNeutralNo
Children510

How many children said that they like living in Summertown?

• A35
• B3
• C23
• D22
• E32

Q8:

Why?

• AIt suggests a big win for the local MP, but more people voted against her than for her.
• BThe voting figures might not be correct.
• CIt suggests a big win for the local MP, but nearly as many people voted for the person in second place.
• DIt does not mention all of the candidates who stood in the election.
• EIt appeared in the newspapers before the votes were counted.