Studying Line Graphs: How Many Bike Journeys?

Key stage:  KS 2

Curriculum topic:   Maths and Numerical Reasoning

Curriculum subtopic:   Interpreting Data

Difficulty level:

QUESTION 1 of 10

Look at this bar-line chart, which shows how many times Jack cycled to school each week over a 20 week period.

On week 1, Jack cycles to school twice.

On week 2, Jack cycles to school five times.

On week 3, Jack doesn't cycle to school.

Look at this bar-line chart, which shows how many times Jack cycled to school each week over a 20 week period.

How many times did Jack cycle to school on week 4?

Look at this bar-line chart, which shows how many times Jack cycled to school each week over a 20 week period.

How many times did Jack cycle to school on week 5?

Look at this bar-line chart, which shows how many times Jack cycled to school each week over a 20 week period.

On which week number did Jack cycle to school 4 times?

Look at this bar-line chart, which shows how many times Jack cycled to school each week over a 20 week period.

On which three weeks do you think Jack was on holiday?

10, 11 and 12

6, 7 and 8

7, 8 and 9

Look at this bar-line chart, which shows how many times Jack cycled to school each week over a 20 week period.

How many times did Jack cycle to school over this 20 week period?

Look at this bar-line chart, which shows how many songs Jill downloaded each week over a 15 week period.

Look at this bar-line chart, which shows how many songs Jill downloaded each week over a 15 week period.

Look at this bar-line chart, which shows how many songs Jill downloaded each week over a 15 week period.

Look at this bar-line chart, which shows how many songs Jill downloaded each week over a 15 week period.

How many more songs did Jill download in week 12 compared to week 11?

Look at this bar-line chart, which shows how many songs Jill downloaded each week over a 15 week period.

How many songs were downloaded altogether by Jill in this 15 week period?

• Question 1

Look at this bar-line chart, which shows how many times Jack cycled to school each week over a 20 week period.

How many times did Jack cycle to school on week 4?

0
• Question 2

Look at this bar-line chart, which shows how many times Jack cycled to school each week over a 20 week period.

How many times did Jack cycle to school on week 5?

3
• Question 3

Look at this bar-line chart, which shows how many times Jack cycled to school each week over a 20 week period.

On which week number did Jack cycle to school 4 times?

12
• Question 4

Look at this bar-line chart, which shows how many times Jack cycled to school each week over a 20 week period.

On which three weeks do you think Jack was on holiday?

7, 8 and 9
• Question 5

Look at this bar-line chart, which shows how many times Jack cycled to school each week over a 20 week period.

How many times did Jack cycle to school over this 20 week period?

38
• Question 6

Look at this bar-line chart, which shows how many songs Jill downloaded each week over a 15 week period.

1
• Question 7

Look at this bar-line chart, which shows how many songs Jill downloaded each week over a 15 week period.

0
• Question 8

Look at this bar-line chart, which shows how many songs Jill downloaded each week over a 15 week period.

4
• Question 9

Look at this bar-line chart, which shows how many songs Jill downloaded each week over a 15 week period.

How many more songs did Jill download in week 12 compared to week 11?

5
• Question 10

Look at this bar-line chart, which shows how many songs Jill downloaded each week over a 15 week period.

How many songs were downloaded altogether by Jill in this 15 week period?

28
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