# Common Core: 5th Grade Math : Make a Line Plot to Display a Data Set of Measurements in Fractions and Solve Problems: CCSS.Math.Content.5.MD.B.2

## Example Questions

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### Example Question #1 : Make A Line Plot To Display A Data Set Of Measurements In Fractions And Solve Problems: Ccss.Math.Content.5.Md.B.2

Mrs. Smith’s class made a line plot to show the amount of sugar that each student has in a given day.

How many students have  cups of sugar?

Explanation:

Each X represents one person. There are  Xs above the  tick mark on the line plot.

### Example Question #2 : Make A Line Plot To Display A Data Set Of Measurements In Fractions And Solve Problems: Ccss.Math.Content.5.Md.B.2

Mrs. Smith’s class made a line plot to show the amount of sugar that each student has in a given day.

How many students have  cups of sugar?

Explanation:

Each X represents one person. There are  Xs above the  tick mark on the line plot.

### Example Question #3 : Make A Line Plot To Display A Data Set Of Measurements In Fractions And Solve Problems: Ccss.Math.Content.5.Md.B.2

Mrs. Smith’s class made a line plot to show the amount of sugar that each student has in a given day.

How many students have  cup of sugar?

Explanation:

Each X represents one person. There are  Xs above the  tick mark on the line plot.

### Example Question #4 : Make A Line Plot To Display A Data Set Of Measurements In Fractions And Solve Problems: Ccss.Math.Content.5.Md.B.2

Mrs. Smith’s class made a line plot to show the amount of sugar that each student has in a given day.

How many students are in Mrs. Smith’s class?

Explanation:

In order to find the total number of students in Mrs. Smith's class we need to count up all of the Xs above each tick mark.

### Example Question #5 : Make A Line Plot To Display A Data Set Of Measurements In Fractions And Solve Problems: Ccss.Math.Content.5.Md.B.2

Mrs. Smith’s class made a line plot to show the amount of sugar that each student has in a given day.

How many students have  or  cups of sugar?

Explanation:

To solve this problem, we have to add the number of Xs above the  tick mark to the number of Xs above the  tick mark.

There are  Xs above the  tick mark and  Xs above the  tick mark.

### Example Question #6 : Make A Line Plot To Display A Data Set Of Measurements In Fractions And Solve Problems: Ccss.Math.Content.5.Md.B.2

Mrs. Smith’s class made a line plot to show the amount of sugar that each student has in a given day.

How many students have  or  cups of sugar?

Explanation:

To solve this problem, we have to add the number of Xs above the  tick mark to the number of Xs above the  tick mark.

There are  Xs above the  tick mark and  Xs above the  tick mark.

### Example Question #7 : Make A Line Plot To Display A Data Set Of Measurements In Fractions And Solve Problems: Ccss.Math.Content.5.Md.B.2

Mrs. Smith’s class made a line plot to show the amount of sugar that each student consumes in a given day.

How many students consume  cup of sugar?

Explanation:

Each X represents one person. There are  Xs above the  tick mark on the line plot.

### Example Question #8 : Make A Line Plot To Display A Data Set Of Measurements In Fractions And Solve Problems: Ccss.Math.Content.5.Md.B.2

Mrs. Smith’s class made a line plot to show the amount of sugar that each student consumes in a given day.

How many students consume  cup of sugar?

Explanation:

Each X represents one person. There are  Xs above the  tick mark on the line plot.

### Example Question #9 : Make A Line Plot To Display A Data Set Of Measurements In Fractions And Solve Problems: Ccss.Math.Content.5.Md.B.2

Mrs. Smith’s class made a line plot to show the amount of sugar that each student has in a given day.

How many students have  cups of sugar?

Explanation:

Each X represents one person. There are  Xs above the  tick mark on the line plot.

### Example Question #10 : Make A Line Plot To Display A Data Set Of Measurements In Fractions And Solve Problems: Ccss.Math.Content.5.Md.B.2

Mrs. Smith’s class made a line plot to show the amount of sugar that each student has in a given day.

How many students have  or  cups of sugar?

Explanation:

To solve this problem, we have to add the number of Xs above the  tick mark to the number of Xs above the  tick mark.

There are  Xs above the  tick mark and  Xs above the  tick mark.

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