Worksheet on Bar Graph

In worksheet on bar graph we will practice different questions on representing the bar graph from the following data given in the questions.

1. The number of bed-sheets manufactured by a factory during five consecutive weeks is given below.

Week First Second Third Fourth Fifth
Number of Bed-sheets 600 850 700 300 900

Draw the bar graph representing the above data.

2. The number of students in 7 different classes is given below. Represent this data on the bar graph.

Class 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th 11th 12th
Number of Students 130 120 135 130 150 80 75

3. The number of absentees in class VIII was recorded in a particular week. Represent this data on the bar graph

Days Mon. Tues. Wed. Thurs. Fri. Sat.
Number of Absentees 130 120 135 130 150 80

(a) On which day the maximum and minimum students were absent?

(b) How many students were absent on Wednesday and Friday?

(c) On which days the same number of students was absent?

4. The number of trees planted by Eco-club of a school in different years is given below.

Year 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010
Number of Trees to be Planted 150 220 350 400 300 380

Draw the bar graph to represent the data.

5. The population of a particular state in different years is given below.

Year 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010
Population in Lakhs 35 40 50 65 90 105

Represent the above data using the bar graph.

6. The following table shows the favorite sports of 300 students of a school.

Sports Cricket Football Hockey Badminton Swimming Tennis
No. of Students 80 40 20 30 45 75

Represent the above data using column graph.

7. The following data represents the sale of refrigerator sets in a showroom in first 6 months of the year.

Months Jan Feb March April May June
No. of Refrigerators Sold 20 25 15 40 35 30

Draw the bar graph for the data given and find out the months in which the sale was minimum and maximum.

8. The following are the marks scored by Aaron out of 50 in different subjects in an exam. Represent this information on a bar graph

Subjects English Urdu Math Science History
Marks Obtained 40 30 50 45 25

Represent this information on a bar graph.

9. The average monthly attendance of a class is given.

Month July Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb
Attendance 42 46 30 50 38 20 36 32

Draw the bar graph of the data given.

In which month the average attendance is minimum or maximum?

In which month the average attendance was less than 40?

Find the difference between the maximum and minimum average attendance?

10. The following data shows the birth rate per thousand of different countries during a certain year. Draw a bar graph.

Country India Pakistan China Sri Lanka Russia
Birth Rate 24 26 30 20 18

11. The weekly sale of pencil boxes in a stationary shop is given in the table below. Using a suitable scale, represent the given information on a bar graph.








Pencil Boxes Sold







(i) Write the title of the bar graph. 

(ii) On which day were the maximum pencil boxes sold?

(iii) If the shopkeeper decides to close his shop for one more day each week, selection of which days would lead to minimum loss of sale and maximum loss of sale? 

(iv) On which day were the least number of pencil boxes sold?

(v) Which two days were equal number of pencil boxes sold?

12. Given below is the data showing the number of students of class four whose birthday falls in first five months of the year. Make a bar graph for the given data.







Number of Students






13. A survey of 36 students of a class was done to find out the mode of transport used by them while commuting to the school. The collected data is shown in the table given below. Represent the data in the form of a bar graph.

Mode of Transport


School Bus



Number of Students





Now answer the given questions.

(i) Give a suitable title for the graph.

(ii) How many students walk to school?

(iii) Which mode of transport is used by most of the students?

(iv) How many students do not travel by school bus?

Read the questions carefully given in the worksheet on bar graph and represent the data in the column graph. The graph are shown below to check the exact the bar graph.



Worksheet on Bar Graph


Bar Graph


Worksheet on Bar Graph


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Column Graph


Worksheet on Bar Graph


Bar Graph Worksheet


Bar Graph


Worksheet on Bar Graph


Worksheet on Colun Graph


Data and Bar Graph

(i) The Weekly Sale of Pencil Boxes in a Stationary Shop

(ii) Friday

(iii) Saturday, Friday

(iv) Monday, Saturday

(v) Monday, Saturday



Bar Graph Question

(i) Mode of Transport used by the Students

(ii) 10

(iii) School Bus

(iv) 20


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