10 Questions
| Total Attempts: 152

This is a quiz to test your knowledge about handling and presenting data.

Questions and Answers

- 1.22 children were asked whether they walked to school. 11 children said yes. What fraction of a pie chart would be taken up by the Yes segment?
- A.
One quarter

- B.
One third

- C.
One half

- 2.In a survey of 18 children, 12 had brown eyes and 6 had blue eyes. What fraction of a pie chart would be taken up by the segment for blue eyes?
- A.
One quarter

- B.
One third

- C.
One half

- 3.In one year, 300 Tourer bikes were sold. On a pictogram where 1 wheel represents 50 bikes, how many wheels would you put on the Tourer line?
- A.
1

- B.
6

- C.
300

- 4.In a pictogram of favourite sandwich fillings, a face represents 4 children. The line for Tuna shows 7.5 faces. How many children prefer Tuna fillings?
- A.
30

- B.
28

- C.
7.5

- 5.Which of these would be best at showing how the temperature of a pie changes over time when it is put in the oven?
- A.
Pie chart

- B.
Line graph

- C.
Bar chart

- 6.240 people were asked what they'd had for breakfast. A pie chart was drawn of the results. Toast took up one quarter of the chart. This shows
- A.
60 people had toast for breakfast

- B.
90 people had toast for breakfast

- C.
Most people like toast for breakfast

- 7.What is it NOT important to do when looking at information in a bar chart.
- A.
Read the title and words on the chart to find out what it's telling you

- B.
Measure the width of each of the bars

- C.
Look carefully at the scale of the bar chart and read the height of each bar on the scale

- 8.Emily drew a bar chart to show the number of different birds she saw on holiday. There was no bar above the label Puffin. What does this mean?
- A.
She didn't see any puffins on holiday

- B.
No puffins exist in this country

- C.
She had made a mistake

- 9.Lee made a bar chart to show how many bikes he sold each day. Each day had its own bar. We could find out the total number of bikes Lee sold by
- A.
Counting the number of bars

- B.
Finding the height of the tallest bar

- C.
Adding together the heights of all the bars in the chart

- 10.Tally marks are usually drawn in groups of
- A.
1

- B.
3

- C.
5