Interpreting Bar Graph

We will learn interpreting bar graph collecting the given information.

Now let us interpret a bar graph.

Observe the following bar graph representing the number of students wearing different sizes of vests (sizes in inches) in a middle school and answer the questions.

Interpreting Bar Graph

(i) Write the different sizes of vests worn by the students.

(ii) Write the number of students wearing vest size no. 28.

(iii) Which vest size is worn by the maximum number of students? Find the number also.

(iv) Which vest size is worn by the minimum number of students? Find the number also.

(v) Which vest size is worn by the same number of students? Find the number also.

Solution:

(i) The students wear sizes no. 26, 28, 30, 32, 34 and 36.

(ii) The number of students wearing vest size no. 28 is 650.

(iii) The vest size no. 32 is worn by the maximum number of students. The number is 750.

(iv) The vest size no. 36 is worn by the minimum number of students. The number is 350.

(v) Vest size no. 26 and 34 are worn by the same number of students. The number is 550.




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