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I have 3 red cars, 5 yellow, 6 blue, 2 green and 1 pink. How could I show this information?

# Using Data to Answer Questions

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When data handling, elementary school children will learn to read graphs and charts and interpret what they see. This will help them to answer questions, for example, they should recognize that the tallest bar in a bar chart represents the most popular choice, or be able to give a total of two categories by adding the results together.

Question 1
Favorite Colors in Our Class
Pets in Our Class
Favorite television programs
Sports We Like to Do
A title is always important as it helps people understand what information you’re showing
Question 2
25
27
20
32
The first column of pictures is not counted
Question 3
1
6
4
9
There are 6 sharks and 3 tortoises, this is a total of 9
Question 4
7
5
4
9
There is a group of 5 and 4 ones tallied next to the cat
Question 5
6
4
9
8
Four horses and two tortoises makes six animals altogether
Question 6
6
4
12
2
Keys are really important in graphs and charts. Each shape here stands for 2 children
Question 7
16
12
6
19
There are 16 animals on the chart. If they add 3 more, this would be 19
Question 8
11
12
14
10
One eye represents two children, so half an eye represents one child
Question 9
20 and 25
3 and 4
5 and 10
15 and 20
Each group represents 5 people
Question 10
By remembering what they say
By tallying on the chart