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Extras for Experts - Bar Graphs – Interpret Bar Graphs

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1. Use the FACTS and the bar graph to figure out the names.

Write the names on the lines under the bars.

FACTS

  1. Grade 3 has 10 more pets than grade 1.
  2. Grade 5 has half as many pets as grade 4.
  3. Grade 2 has the same number of pets as grades 4 and 5 together.
  4. Grade 3 has the same number of pets as grades 1 and 5 together.

2. Use the FACTS and the bar graph to figure out the names.

Write the names on the lines under the bars.

FACTS

  1. There are half as many rooms in Earl’s house as in Fran’s house.
  2. Hal’s and Ian’s houses have a total of 12 rooms.
  3. Hal’s house has twice as many rooms as Ian’s house.
  4. There is one more room in Gina’s house than in Earl’s house.
  5. Gina’s house has 2 more rooms than Ian’s house.

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