### All Common Core: 3rd Grade Math Resources

## Example Questions

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

Use the chart below to answer the question.

How many students in Mr. Ray's class have a pet?

**Possible Answers:**

**Correct answer:**

Each square represents students. Mr. Ray's bar has squares in it. That means we can take to find our total.

### Example Question #1 : Answer Questions Using Information From A Bar Graph: Ccss.Math.Content.3.Md.B.3

Use the chart below to answer the question.

How many students in Ms. Smith's class have a pet?

**Possible Answers:**

**Correct answer:**

Each square represents students. Ms. Smith's bar has squares in it. That means we can take to find our total.

### Example Question #3 : Answer Questions Using Information From A Bar Graph: Ccss.Math.Content.3.Md.B.3

Use the chart below to answer the question.

How many students in Ms. Hen's class have a pet?

**Possible Answers:**

**Correct answer:**

Each square represents students. Ms. Hen's bar has 2 squares in it. That means we can take to find our total.

### Example Question #4 : Answer Questions Using Information From A Bar Graph: Ccss.Math.Content.3.Md.B.3

Use the chart below to answer the question.

How many students in Ms. Miller's class have a pet?

**Possible Answers:**

**Correct answer:**

Each square represents students. Ms. Miller's bar has squares in it. That means we can take to find our total.

### Example Question #5 : Answer Questions Using Information From A Bar Graph: Ccss.Math.Content.3.Md.B.3

Use the chart below to answer the question.

How many more students have a pet in Mr. Ray's class than Ms. Miller's class?

**Possible Answers:**

**Correct answer:**

Each square represents students. Mr. Ray's bar has squares in it, which means he has students with pets (). Ms. Milers bar has squares in it, which means she has students with pets ().

To find the difference we subtract.

### Example Question #6 : Answer Questions Using Information From A Bar Graph: Ccss.Math.Content.3.Md.B.3

Use the chart below to answer the question.

How many more students have a pet in Mr. Ray's class than Ms. Hen's class?

**Possible Answers:**

**Correct answer:**

Each square represents students. Mr. Ray's bar has squares in it, which means he has students with pets (). Ms. Hen's bar has squares in it, which means she has students with pets ().

To find the difference we subtract.

### Example Question #1 : Answer Questions Using Information From A Bar Graph: Ccss.Math.Content.3.Md.B.3

Use the chart below to answer the question.

How many more students have a pet in Ms. Smith's class than Mr. Ray's class?

**Possible Answers:**

**Correct answer:**

Each square represents students. Ms. Smith's bar has squares in it, which means she has students with pets (). Mr. Ray's bar has squares in it, which means he has students with pets ().

To find the difference we subtract.

### Example Question #8 : Answer Questions Using Information From A Bar Graph: Ccss.Math.Content.3.Md.B.3

Use the chart below to answer the question.

How many more students have a pet in Ms. Smith's class than Ms. Hen's class?

**Possible Answers:**

**Correct answer:**

Each square represents students. Ms. Smith's bar has squares in it, which means she has students with pets (). Ms. Hen's bar has squares in it, which means she has students with pets ().

To find the difference we subtract.

### Example Question #1 : Answer Questions Using Information From A Bar Graph: Ccss.Math.Content.3.Md.B.3

Use the chart below to answer the question.

How many more students have a pet in Ms. Smith's class than Ms. Miller's class?

**Possible Answers:**

**Correct answer:**

Each square represents students. Ms. Smith's bar has squares in it, which means she has students with pets (). Ms. Miller's bar has squares in it, which means she has students with pets ().

To find the difference we subtract.

### Example Question #2 : Representing And Interpreting Data

Use the chart below to answer the question.

How many more students have a pet in Ms. Miller's class than Ms. Hen's class?

**Possible Answers:**

**Correct answer:**

Each square represents students. Ms. Miller's bar has squares in it, which means she has students with pets (). Ms. Hen's bar has squares in it, which means she has students with pets ().

To find the difference we subtract.