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6.20: Missing Bars

Difficulty Level: At Grade Created by: CK-12
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In this section, some of the bars are missing from the graph. Students use the FACTS to deduce the nature of the missing bars.


Use the FACTS and the bar graph.

Draw the missing bars.


  1. Lily has twice as many markers as Jan.
  2. Bob has 10 fewer markers than Kyle.
  3. Eric has half as many markers as Lily.

1. Use the FACTS and the bar graph.

Draw the bars.


  1. Ella has 2 more pens than Abe.
  2. Dora has twice as many pens as Bea.
  3. Cal has half as many pens as Abe.

2. Use the FACTS and the bar graph.

Draw the bars.


  1. Mary has 10 more pencils than Neil.
  2. Lisa has half as many pencils as Mary.
  3. Owen and Patty have 45 pencils altogether.

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