# Common Core: 1st Grade Math : Representing and Interpreting Data

## Example Questions

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### Example Question #1 : Representing And Interpreting Data

Look at the chart below. What is there the most of? Apples

Oranges

Grapes

Oranges

Explanation:

There are oranges, grapes, and apples. is the biggest number, so there are more oranges than grapes or apples.

### Example Question #171 : Data Analysis And Probability

Look at the chart below. How many apples are there?     Explanation:

In the chart, apples are shown in the first bar. That bar goes up to the number , which means there are apples.

### Example Question #171 : Data Analysis And Probability

Look at the chart below. How many oranges are there?     Explanation:

In the chart, oranges are shown in the second bar. That bar goes up to the number , which means there are oranges.

### Example Question #4961 : Ssat Elementary Level Quantitative (Math)

Look at the chart below. How many grapes are there?     Explanation:

In the chart, grapes are shown in the last bar. That bar goes up to the number , which means there are grapes.

### Example Question #37 : Tables

Look at the chart below. How many more oranges are there than apples?     Explanation:

There are oranges and apples. To find the difference we subtract. ### Example Question #141 : Data Analysis

Look at the chart below. If we add more apples to our apples, how many more apples will we have?     Explanation:

We are starting with apples and we are going to add more apples, which means we will have apples. ### Example Question #1 : Organize, Represent, And Interpret Data: Ccss.Math.Content.1.Md.C.4

Look at the chart below. If we add grapes, how many grapes will we have?     Explanation:

We are starting with grapes. If we add more grapes we will have grapes. ### Example Question #40 : Tables

Look at the chart below. If we add more orange, how many oranges will we have?     Explanation:

We have oranges. If we add more orange we will have oranges.  ### Example Question #41 : Tables

Look at the chart below. If we take away oranges, how many oranges will we have left?     Explanation:

We are starting with oranges and we are taking away, which means we are subtracting. ### Example Question #46 : Tables

Look at the chart below. How many more grapes are there than apples?     Explanation:

There are grapes and apples. To find the difference we subtract. ← Previous 1 3 4 5

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