Statistics: How Many Apples?

In this worksheet, students read a pictogram and then answer questions on it.

Key stage:  KS 2

Curriculum topic:   Statistics

Curriculum subtopic:   Solve Statistic Problems

Difficulty level:

QUESTION 1 of 10

This pictogram shows how many apples were sold at my local newsagent shop last week.

Note that each apple picture stands for 2 apples.

This shows that 4 apples were sold on Thursday.

Use the pictogram to answer the question.

How many apples were sold on Monday?

Use the pictogram to answer the question.

How many apples were sold on Friday?

Use the pictogram to answer the question.

On which day were the most apples sold?

Use the pictogram to answer the question.

How many apples were sold on Monday and Tuesday combined?

Use the pictogram to answer the question.

How many apples were sold at the weekend?

Use the pictogram to answer the question.

On which day do you think the shop was closed?

Use the pictogram to answer the question.

How many more apples were sold on Monday than on Tuesday?

Use the pictogram to answer the question.

On which day were half as many apples sold as on Friday?

Use the pictogram to answer the question.

How many apples were sold on Thursday, Friday and Saturday combined?

Use the pictogram to answer the question.

How many apples were sold altogether that week?

• Question 1

Use the pictogram to answer the question.

How many apples were sold on Monday?

12
EDDIE SAYS
Monday there are 6 apples in the pictogram and each apple represents 2, so 6 x 2 = 12. There were 12 apples sold on Monday.
• Question 2

Use the pictogram to answer the question.

How many apples were sold on Friday?

12
EDDIE SAYS
Friday there are 6 apples in the pictogram and each apple represents 2, so 6 x 2 = 12. There were 12 apples sold on Friday.
• Question 3

Use the pictogram to answer the question.

On which day were the most apples sold?

Saturday
EDDIE SAYS
The most apples were sold on Saturday.
• Question 4

Use the pictogram to answer the question.

How many apples were sold on Monday and Tuesday combined?

18
EDDIE SAYS
On Monday 12 apples were sold and on Tuesday 6 apples were sold. 12 + 6 = 18 apples were sold altogether.
• Question 5

Use the pictogram to answer the question.

How many apples were sold at the weekend?

22
EDDIE SAYS
11 x 2 = 22 22 apples were sold at the weekend.
• Question 6

Use the pictogram to answer the question.

On which day do you think the shop was closed?

Sunday
EDDIE SAYS
The shop was closed on Sunday because no apples were sold.
• Question 7

Use the pictogram to answer the question.

How many more apples were sold on Monday than on Tuesday?

6
EDDIE SAYS
On Monday 12 apples were sold and on Tuesday 6 apples were sold, so subtract to find out how many more apples were sold on Monday, 12 - 6 = 6.
• Question 8

Use the pictogram to answer the question.

On which day were half as many apples sold as on Friday?

Tuesday
EDDIE SAYS
12 apples were sold on Friday and half of 12 is 6. The day that 6 apples were sold was Tuesday.
• Question 9

Use the pictogram to answer the question.

How many apples were sold on Thursday, Friday and Saturday combined?

38
EDDIE SAYS
Add the total of apples sold on Thursday, Friday and Saturday. 4 + 12 + 22 = 38
• Question 10

Use the pictogram to answer the question.

How many apples were sold altogether that week?

70
EDDIE SAYS
Add all of the apples sold to get the total for that week. 35 x 2 = 70
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