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The Pet Graph

Stage: 2 Challenge Level: Challenge Level:1

Tim's class collected information about all their pets. They have six different kinds of pets between them.

This is the block graph they are making to show how many of each pet the class has altogether.

graph showing bars of 10, 4, 6, 1, 8 and 3

The children have not yet put in the animal names under each column. Can you do this for them using the information below?

There are two less cats than dogs.
Only one child has a parrot at home.
The number of fish added to the number of gerbils is equal to the number of dogs.
There are twice as many fish as hamsters.
There are half the number of gerbils as there are cats.