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Interpreting Tables: What is the Distance? (2)

In this worksheet, students read a distance chart then answer questions on the distances between two cities.

'Interpreting Tables: What is the Distance? (2)' worksheet

Key stage:  KS 2

Curriculum topic:  Statistics

Curriculum subtopic:  Complete, Read and Interpret Tables

Difficulty level:  

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Worksheet Overview

QUESTION 1 of 10

Look at the following distance chart, which shows the direct distances between certain European cities in kilometres.

 

In this particular example, you can easily see that the distance between London and Paris is 341 kilometres.

  

Use this distance chart to state the distance in km between the following two cities:

Madrid and Berlin

Just write the number.

 

Use this distance chart to state the distance in km between the following two cities:

Munich and London

Just write the number.

 

Use this distance chart to state the distance in km between the following two cities:

Berlin and Dublin

Just write the number.

 

Use this distance chart to state the distance in km between the following two cities:

London and Rome

Just write the number.

 

Use this distance chart to state the distance in km between the following two cities:

Madrid and Munich

Just write the number.

 

Use this distance chart to state the distance in km between the following two cities:

Paris and Rome

Just write the number.

 

Use this distance chart to find which city is furthest away from Rome.

 

Use this distance chart to find which of Berlin or Brussels is closer to Munich?

 

Use this distance chart to find how much closer to Paris, London is compared to Rome?

Just write the number.

Which two cities are closest together?

 

Madrid and Berlin

Brussels and Paris

Madrid and Dublin

  • Question 1

Use this distance chart to state the distance in km between the following two cities:

Madrid and Berlin

Just write the number.

 

CORRECT ANSWER
1868
  • Question 2

Use this distance chart to state the distance in km between the following two cities:

Munich and London

Just write the number.

 

CORRECT ANSWER
916
  • Question 3

Use this distance chart to state the distance in km between the following two cities:

Berlin and Dublin

Just write the number.

 

CORRECT ANSWER
1315
  • Question 4

Use this distance chart to state the distance in km between the following two cities:

London and Rome

Just write the number.

 

CORRECT ANSWER
1431
  • Question 5

Use this distance chart to state the distance in km between the following two cities:

Madrid and Munich

Just write the number.

 

CORRECT ANSWER
1485
  • Question 6

Use this distance chart to state the distance in km between the following two cities:

Paris and Rome

Just write the number.

 

CORRECT ANSWER
1106
  • Question 7

Use this distance chart to find which city is furthest away from Rome.

 

CORRECT ANSWER
Dublin
EDDIE SAYS
Furthest city from Rome is Dublin.
  • Question 8

Use this distance chart to find which of Berlin or Brussels is closer to Munich?

 

CORRECT ANSWER
Berlin
  • Question 9

Use this distance chart to find how much closer to Paris, London is compared to Rome?

Just write the number.

CORRECT ANSWER
765
EDDIE SAYS
Paris and Rome: 1106 Km. Paris and London: 341 Km.
  • Question 10

Which two cities are closest together?

 

CORRECT ANSWER
Brussels and Paris
EDDIE SAYS
Brussels and Paris are the two cities closest together (261 Km).
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