Evaluating Data Using Various Tables And Graphs

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100 students were asked what their primary mode of transport for getting to school was. The results of this survey are recorded and the results are recorded in the form of a bar graph given below.

Which mode of transport is used the most by the students?

walking

cycling

car

bus

The frequency of different toppings used in a toast for a particular day is calculated and is tabulated below.

What are the most and least used toppings respectively?

Butter, Jam

Peanut butter, Marmite

Peanut Butter, Butter

Chocolate, Marmite

A manager tabulated the number of people eating different cuisines in their restaurant and plotted it in a bar graph given below.

What is the total number of people who eat either Indian or Mexican food?

30

40

50

70

The below graph shows the marks obtained by 5 students.

Who scored exactly 5 marks?

Lisa

Andrea

Molly

Brooke

The below table shows the frequency of number of pets owned by a family..

How many families own 5 pets?

1

2

3

4

100 students were asked what their primary mode of transport for getting to school was. The results of this survey are recorded and the results are recorded in the form of a bar graph given below.

How many students go to school by cycling?

10

20

15

25

100 students were asked what their primary mode of transport for getting to school was. The results of this survey are recorded and the results are recorded in the form of a bar graph given below.

How many students take a bus to get to school?

15

18

20

25

The frequency of different toppings used in a toast for a particular day is calculated and is tabulated below.

How many times Jam is used as a topping?

10

12

4

15

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Title: Evaluating Data Using Various Tables And Graphs
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