# Common Core: 2nd Grade Math : Draw Picture and Bar Graphs to Represent a Data Set: CCSS.Math.Content.2.MD.D.10

## Example Questions

### Example Question #281 : Data Analysis And Probability

All of the  grade classes are saving money to donate to a local charity. The graph below shows how much money each class saved at the end of the first week.

Use the graph below to help answer the question.

How much money has Mrs. Sweet's class saved?

Explanation:

The bar for Mrs. Sweet's class is the fourth bar from the left. The bar raises to the number , which means her class has saved .

### Example Question #286 : Data Analysis And Probability

All of the  grade classes are saving money to donate to a local charity. The graph below shows how much money each class saved at the end of the first week.

Use the graph below to help answer the question.

What two classes have raised the most money?

Ms. Smith and Mr. Rogers

Ms. Smith and Mr. Tie

Mr. Tie and Mr. Rogers

Mr. Rogers and Mrs. Sweet

Mr. Tie and Mrs. Sweet

Mr. Tie and Mrs. Sweet

Explanation:

The two bars that go up to the highest two numbers are Mr. Tie's bar, which goes up to ,  and Mrs. Sweet's bar, which goes up to .

### Example Question #282 : Data Analysis And Probability

All of the  grade classes are saving money to donate to a local charity. The graph below shows how much money each class saved at the end of the first week.

Use the graph below to help answer the question.

How much money has been raised in total?

Explanation:

To find out how much total money has been raised, we need to add up all of the money that each class has saved.

### Example Question #288 : Data Analysis And Probability

All of the  grade classes are saving money to donate to a local charity. The graph below shows how much money each class saved at the end of the first week.

Use the graph below to help answer the question.

How much more money has Mr. Tie's classes saved than Ms. Smith's class?

Explanation:

The phrase "how many more" tells us that we are going to subtract. We can take the the money saved by Mr. Tie's class and subtract the money saved by Ms. Smith's class.

### Example Question #290 : Data Analysis And Probability

All of the  grade classes are saving money to donate to a local charity. The graph below shows how much money each class saved at the end of the first week.

Use the graph below to help answer the question.

If Mr. Roger's class saves  next week, how much will they have saved in total?

Explanation:

If Mr. Roger's class saves  next week we can add that to the  they have to find the total.

### Example Question #1541 : Common Core Math: Grade 2

All of the  grade classes are saving money to donate to a local charity. The graph below shows how much money each class saved at the end of the first week.

Use the graph below to help answer the question.

If Mr. Tie's class saves  next week, how much will they have saved in total?

Explanation:

If Mr. Tie's class saves  next week we can add that to the  they have to find the total.

### Example Question #32 : Draw Picture And Bar Graphs To Represent A Data Set: Ccss.Math.Content.2.Md.D.10

Mrs. Ryan's class had their class election today for their class president. The results are displayed in the chart below.

Use the graph below to help answer the question.

What is the title of the graph?

Election for Class President

Results

Students Candidate

Mrs. Ryan's Class

Election for Class President

Explanation:

The title of a bar graph can be found at the top of the graph, and it tells you what type of data the graph is displaying. In this case, our title is "Election for Class President".

### Example Question #33 : Draw Picture And Bar Graphs To Represent A Data Set: Ccss.Math.Content.2.Md.D.10

Mrs. Ryan's class had their class election today for their class president. The results are displayed in the chart below.

Use the graph below to help answer the question.

What is the label of the x-axis?

Election for Class President

Class Election

Mrs. Ryan's Class

Student Candidate

Student Candidate

Explanation:

A graph is made up of an x-axis and a y-axis. The x-axis of a graph is always the horizontal line (a line that runs from left to right) and the y-axis is alway the vertical line (a line that runs from top to bottom)

The x-axis of this graph is labeled "Student Candidate".

### Example Question #34 : Draw Picture And Bar Graphs To Represent A Data Set: Ccss.Math.Content.2.Md.D.10

Mrs. Ryan's class had their class election today for their class president. The results are displayed in the chart below.

Use the graph below to help answer the question.

What is the label of the y-axis?

Class Election

Mrs. Ryan's Class

Election for Class President

Student Candidate

Explanation:

A graph is made up of an x-axis and a y-axis. The x-axis of a graph is always the horizontal line (a line that runs from left to right) and the y-axis is alway the vertical line (a line that runs from top to bottom)

The y-axis of this graph is labeled "Number of Votes".

### Example Question #1542 : Common Core Math: Grade 2

Mrs. Ryan's class had their class election today for their class president. The results are displayed in the chart below.

Use the graph below to help answer the question.

How many people voted for Megan?