Level 2
The graph shows the number of visitors who attended an art exhibition over five months. Which month has twice the number of visitors in January? Give your answer in this format. (Eg Jan)
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Level 2
The bar graph shows the types of sport that a group of pupils like. Which sport has twice as many pupils as Bowling?
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Level 2
The graph shows the number of visitors to the museum. On which days were there twice as many visitors as on Monday? Give the answer in short form. (Eg Mon)
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Level 2
The bar graph shows the exam results of a group of pupils. How many pupils who scored 60 marks, given that 12 of the pupils scored 50 marks and below.
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Level 2
The graph shows the number of visitors to the amusement park. 2 times as many visitors visited the amusement park on Friday as on Monday. How many visitors visited the amusement park on Friday?
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Level 2
The bar graph shows the number of newspapers sold over a period of 5 days.
1. On which day was the least number of newspapers sold?
2. How many more newspapers were sold on Sunday than on Friday?
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Level 2
Part of the table was accidentally torn off. The table shows the number of students from class 4C scoring within various mark ranges in a Mathematics test. 35 students scored above 70 marks. How many students scored in the mark range 71 - 80?
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Level 2
The bar graph shows the number of visitors at the different games stations at a carnival.
1. Which games station has only half the number of visitors as the 'haunted house'
2. How many visitors were at the 'Bouncing Castle' and 'Balloon Sculpting' altogether?
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Level 1
The table shows some information about the number of pupils who wear spectacles in classes 4A to 4C. How many girls in 4A wear spectacles?
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Level 2
The bar graph shows the number of books Primary 3 students read over a week.
1. Class __ and ___ read 240 books in total.
2. For every 3 books read by the students, they can exchange for 1 gift. How many more gifts did Class 3B exchange than Class 3C?
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