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Grade 3 - Mathematics
7.13 Graphs

Method:

  1. Read each graphs carefully.
  2. Note that the highest region occupied on a graph stands for the highest value.
  3. The least region stands for the least value.
Example: By how much is Drew's share greater than Kim's?

Drew's Share = 50%
Kim's Share = 15%
To find by how much Drew's share is greater than Kim's share, we subtract 50% - 15%
Answer: 35%


Directions: Answer the following questions. Also write at least 5 examples of your own.

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Grade 3 - Mathematics
7.13 Graphs

Q 1: This graph shows the test scores for students in a class. Who has the highest score?

Bob
John
Scott
Mike

Q 2: This graph shows the test scores for students in a class. Who has the least score?

Scott
Bob
John
Mike

Q 3: From the chart find out who got the largest piece of the pie.

Kim
Milly
Drew
Mark

Q 4: From the chart who has 12% of the pie.

Sally
Polly
Molly

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