Tim's class collected data about all their pets. Can you put the
animal names under each column in the block graph using the
Charlie thinks that a six comes up less often than the other
numbers on the dice. Have a look at the results of the test his
class did to see if he was right.
Have a look at all the information Class 5 have collected about
themselves. Can you find out whose birthday it is today?
Class 4 were making graphs. Ben, Ali, Katie and Charlene decided
to make graphs of the sizes of the seven classes in the school.
They went to the office to collect the numbers of children in
all the other classes. Ben and Ali wrote down the numbers for
Classes $1$, $2$ and $3$. Katie and Charlene wrote down the numbers
for Classes $5, 6$ and $7$. Of course they all knew the number of
children in Class $4$.
Ben and Ali drew a block graph. It looked like this:
Katie and Charlene decided to make theirs
differently. They drew this graph:
Miss Brown came along to look at their work.
"It's an interesting graph," she said, "but it's difficult to
tell how many children are in each class. Please can you make a
scale on it so we can all read it?"
Katie and Charlene did what they were told.
How many children were there altogether in Classes $5, 6$ and