Level 1
The bar graph shows the number of pets owned by the families living in a block of flats. There are a total of 20 pets in the block. The bar that shows the number of families that has 2 pets is not drawn. How many families have 2 pets?
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Level 2
The graph shows how much Mary earned from Monday to Friday. The total amount Mary earned on two of the days is the same as what she earned on Tuesday. Which were the two days? Give the answers in short form. (Eg Mon, Thu)
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Level 1
Four friends were given a sum of $25 each. The bar graph shows the amount of money saved by each of them in the week.
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Level 2
The graph shows the number of children who visited the amusement park from Monday to Saturday. Each entrance ticket to the amusement park was sold at $9. How much money was collected on Wednesday?
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Level 1
The bar graph shows the number of files sold by a bookshop on a Friday.
  1. Which coloured file did the shop collect the most money from the sale? Give the first letter of the answer. (Eg Blue = B)
  2. What was the amount of money?
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Level 2
The graph shows the monthly income of Mr Chai for the first half of the year. In which month was his income 35 of her combined income in January and April? Give the answer in short form. (Eg Jan)
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Level 2
If the cleaning fee for each jewelry is $2, what is the total amount collected from all the pieces of jewellery?
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Level 2
The graph shows the amount of money Amy earned from selling ice cream over five days. Answer questions 8 to 10. How much less did she earn on Tuesday than on Friday?
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Level 2
The graph shows the mass of 6 children in kilograms.
  1. Who is three times as heavy as Ethan? Give the first letter of the answer. (Eg Apple = A)
  2. What is the total mass of the 3 heaviest children?
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Level 2
The graph shows the number of marks each child scored for their Math test. How many marks did Paul score if Luke scored 54 marks more than John?
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