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Level 1 PSLE

The table shows the points scored by 5 contestants in a game. Which of the following bar graphs represents the information shown in the table above?

The table shows the points scored by 5 contestants in a game. Which of the following bar graphs represents the information shown in the table above?

1 m

Level 2

The pie chart shows the number of three types of files sold by a bookstore last week. Which bar graph best represents the information in the pie chart? Give your answer in number. (Eg 1)

The pie chart shows the number of three types of files sold by a bookstore last week. Which bar graph best represents the information in the pie chart? Give your answer in number. (Eg 1)

1 m

Level 1 PSLE

Jen baked some muffins to sell at a funfair. Figure 1 shows the number of muffins that was sold. Figure 2 shows the number of muffins left unsold at the end of the funfair.

Jen baked some muffins to sell at a funfair. Figure 1 shows the number of muffins that was sold. Figure 2 shows the number of muffins left unsold at the end of the funfair.

- What was the number of caramel muffins Jen baked?
- Altogether, how many apples and banana muffins were left unsold after the funfair?

2 m

Level 1 PSLE

The bar graph shows the amount of pocket money Sammy spent each month from January to May.

The bar graph shows the amount of pocket money Sammy spent each month from January to May.

- How much more money did Sammy spend in March than in April?
- Which months did Sammy spent more than $35? Give your answers in numbers in ascending order. (Eg Jan & Feb = 1, 2)

2 m

Level 1 PSLE

A school conducted checks on its Primary 6 students' eyesight from Tuesday to Friday. Each student had their eyes checked on one of the four days. The bar graph shows the number of students that were checked on each day. What percentage of the Primary 6 students had their eyes checked on Tuesday?

A school conducted checks on its Primary 6 students' eyesight from Tuesday to Friday. Each student had their eyes checked on one of the four days. The bar graph shows the number of students that were checked on each day. What percentage of the Primary 6 students had their eyes checked on Tuesday?

2 m

Level 1 PSLE

Look at the graph and answer the following questions.

Look at the graph and answer the following questions.

- How many pens did the shop sell in March?
- The number of pens sold in May was an 60% increase from the number sold in April. How many pens were sold in May?

2 m

Level 2 PSLE

The bar graph shows the number of books borrowed by students in the school library.^{1}_{4} of the students borrowed 1 book each. How many students borrowed 1 book each?

The bar graph shows the number of books borrowed by students in the school library.

2 m

Level 2 PSLE

Students played only one sport - basketball, football or volleyball.^{1}_{3} of them played football. The number who played volleyball was ^{1}_{2} of the number who played basketball.

Students played only one sport - basketball, football or volleyball.

- Identify the sports of each bar. Give your answers in letters in the following sequence: Bar 1, Bar 2, Bar 3 by using the first letter of the sport. (Eg B, V, F for Basketball, Volleyball, Football)
- What fraction of the students played basketball?

2 m

Level 2 PSLE

School camp T-shirts were available in 4 colours: black, blue, red and white. At the camp, each child chose one T-shirt. The pie chart represents the children's choice of T-shirt colours. 40 children chose black T-shirts. The children's choice of T-shirt colours is also represented by the bar graph. The bar that shows the number of children who chose blue T-shirts has not been drawn. How many children chose blueT-shirts?

School camp T-shirts were available in 4 colours: black, blue, red and white. At the camp, each child chose one T-shirt. The pie chart represents the children's choice of T-shirt colours. 40 children chose black T-shirts. The children's choice of T-shirt colours is also represented by the bar graph. The bar that shows the number of children who chose blue T-shirts has not been drawn. How many children chose blueT-shirts?

2 m

Level 2 PSLE

A shop sold three brands of pens: Brand A, Brand B and Brand C. The bar graph shows the number of pens sold for each brand in one day.

A shop sold three brands of pens: Brand A, Brand B and Brand C. The bar graph shows the number of pens sold for each brand in one day.

- How many pens were sold altogether?
- The shop collected $270 from selling the pens. The prices of Brand A, Brand B, and Brand C pens were in the ratio 1 : 2 : 3. How much money was collected from selling Brand B pens?

2 m