Level 1
The graph shows the favorite sports of children.
(A) Scrabble
(B) Volleyball
(C) Throw Can
(D) Tic Tac Toe

Which sport is the (a) most popular and the (b) least popular? Write the answer in letter. (Eg A)
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Level 2
The picture graph shows the number of points each adult scored during a volleyball match.
1. Which two adults scored the same numbers of points? Give the answer in numbers. (Eg 1, 2)
2. How many more points did John score than Paul?
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Level 1
On which two days did an equal number of students visited the library? Give the answers in short form. (Eg Mon, Thu)
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Level 1
Study the graph carefully.
The graph shows the number of angel fish 4 boys keep as pets. How many more angel fish must Peter buy so that he has as many angel fish as Jake?
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Level 1

Jenny recorded the number of jewelry at the jewelry shop in the graph as shown. How many necklaces are there?
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Level 1
The graph shows the number of students who visited the library in a week. On which day was the library visited by the least number of students? Give the answer in short form. (Eg Mon)
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Level 2
The bar graph shows the number of coupons sold by five children to raise funds for charity.
Which two boys sold the same number of coupons as David?
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Level 2
Which 2 games have a total number of 300 fans? Write the answer in letter. (Eg A, B)
(A) Scrabble
(B) Volleyball
(C) Throw Can
(D) Tic Tac Toe
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Level 2
The bar graph shows the amount of money saved by 3 children in Jun. Part of the graph had been blotted with ink. The total amount saved by the 3 children in June was \$145.
1. Who saved more money, Fatima or Theresa? Give your answer in number. (Eg 1)
2. How much more did this child save?
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Level 2
The graph shows the number of toy cars sold in 5 days. Study the graph carefully and use it to answer the following questions.
1. 380 cars were sold from Monday to Friday. How many toy cars were sold on Wednesday?
2. The number of toy cars sold on Sunday was twice the number sold on Thursday. How many toy cars were sold on Sunday?
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