Statistics: Interpreting Line Graphs

Key stage:  KS 2

Curriculum topic:   Statistics

Curriculum subtopic:   Present Data Using Charts and Graphs

Difficulty level:

QUESTION 1 of 10

This worksheet is about reading information from a line graph about the height of a tomato plant during 11 weeks of growth.

 Height of tomato plant (cm)

Example

What was the height of the plant at the end of week 2?

Each little mark on the height scale is worth 1 cm.

Answer the question related to the line graph.

 Height of tomato plant (cm).

What was the height of the plant at the end of week 10?

Answer the question related to the line graph.

 Height of tomato plant (cm)

How many centimetres did the plant grow between weeks 6 and 7?

Answer the question related to the line graph.

 Height of tomato plant (cm)

Between which two weeks did the plant grow fastest?

Between weeks 7 & 8

Between weeks 10 & 11

Answer the question related to the line graph.

 Height of tomato plant (cm)

Estimate the plant's height halfway between weeks 3 and 4.

Answer the question related to the line graph.

 Height of tomato plant (cm)

What was the height of the plant at the end of the first week?

Answer the question related to the line graph.

 Height of tomato plant (cm)

How many centimetres did the plant grow between weeks 1 and 2?

Answer the question related to the line graph.

 Height of tomato plant (cm)

Between which two weeks did the plant grow the fastest?

Between weeks 7 & 8

Between weeks 6 & 7

Answer the question related to the line graph.

 Height of tomato plant (cm)

Estimate the plant's height at week 5?

Answer the question related to the line graph.

 Height of tomato plant (cm)

What week is the tomato plant about 31cm?

Week 7

Week 8

Week 9

Answer the question related to the line graph.

 Height of tomato plant (cm)

Estimate what the height of the plant will be in week 11.

• Question 1

Answer the question related to the line graph.

 Height of tomato plant (cm).

What was the height of the plant at the end of week 10?

39
40
EDDIE SAYS
The height of the tomato plant at the end of week 10 is either 39cm or 40cm.
• Question 2

Answer the question related to the line graph.

 Height of tomato plant (cm)

How many centimetres did the plant grow between weeks 6 and 7?

4
5
EDDIE SAYS
Between 6 and 7 weeks, the plant grew 4cm-5cm.
• Question 3

Answer the question related to the line graph.

 Height of tomato plant (cm)

Between which two weeks did the plant grow fastest?

Between weeks 7 & 8
EDDIE SAYS
The plant grew the most between weeks 7 and 8.
• Question 4

Answer the question related to the line graph.

 Height of tomato plant (cm)

Estimate the plant's height halfway between weeks 3 and 4.

18
19
EDDIE SAYS
The plant's height halfway between weeks 3 and 4 was about 18cm-19cm.
• Question 5

Answer the question related to the line graph.

 Height of tomato plant (cm)

What was the height of the plant at the end of the first week?

6
EDDIE SAYS
The plant grew to 6cm by the end of the first week.
• Question 6

Answer the question related to the line graph.

 Height of tomato plant (cm)

How many centimetres did the plant grow between weeks 1 and 2?

1
EDDIE SAYS
The plant grew 1cm between weeks 1 and 2.
• Question 7

Answer the question related to the line graph.

 Height of tomato plant (cm)

Between which two weeks did the plant grow the fastest?

Between weeks 6 & 7
EDDIE SAYS
There was the most growth on the line graph between weeks 6 and 7.
• Question 8

Answer the question related to the line graph.

 Height of tomato plant (cm)

Estimate the plant's height at week 5?

10
EDDIE SAYS
The plant's height at week 5 is about 10cm.
• Question 9

Answer the question related to the line graph.

 Height of tomato plant (cm)

What week is the tomato plant about 31cm?

Week 8
EDDIE SAYS
By carefully comparing the heights during this week, the graph shows the height at about 31cm in week 8.
• Question 10

Answer the question related to the line graph.

 Height of tomato plant (cm)

Estimate what the height of the plant will be in week 11.

36
EDDIE SAYS
From weeks 8-10 the plant grows steadily 2cm a week, so in week 11, the plant should grow to 36cm.
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