Tally Chart Worksheet

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21.

The tally chart shows the favorite flavor of ice-cream of several students. Use the tally chart to find the number of balls to be used to represent strawberry flavor in the pictograph.

[Count the tally marks.]

Since each ball represents 3 students, 6 balls are required to put in strawberry row.

[6 × 3 = 18]

Correct answer : (0)

22.

Sandra has 8 pear trees, 16 peach trees, and 12 orange trees in her backyard. Which pictograph correctly shows this data?

a. | Figure 1 | ||

b. | Figure 4 | ||

c. | Figure 2 | ||

d. | Figure 3 |

Number of peach trees = 4 × 4 = 16

Number of orange trees = 3 × 4 = 12

So, Figure 2 correctly represents the data.

Correct answer : (3)

23.

Michael sold 20 caps on Day 1, 10 caps on Day 2, and 25 caps on Day 3. Which graph represents the data correctly?

a. | Graph 3 | ||

b. | Graph 2 | ||

c. | Graph 1 | ||

d. | Graph 4 |

Number of caps sold on Day 2 = 2 × 5 = 10

Number of caps sold on Day 3 = 5 × 5 = 25

The data in Graph 3 matches with the given information.

So, Graph 3 represents the data correctly.

Correct answer : (1)

24.

The third graders of the XYZ School sowed seeds in 4 pots. They used tallies to mark the number of seeds that germinated in each pot. How many seeds germinated in all?

a. | 25 | ||

b. | 27 | ||

c. | 29 | ||

d. | 28 |

The total number of seeds germinated in all = the number of seeds germinated in pot 1 + the number of seeds germinated in pot 2 + the number of seeds germinated in pot 3 + the number of seeds germinated in pot 4.

= 7 + 3 + 9 + 10 = 29

Correct answer : (3)

25.

Mr. & Mrs. Donald have 4 children. Each child was asked to plant saplings in their garden. The tally chart shows the number of saplings planted by them. Find who among the four planted least saplings.

a. | Matt | ||

b. | Ed | ||

c. | Jeff | ||

d. | Chris |

So, among the four children of Mr. and Mrs. Donald, Ed planted least number of saplings.

Correct answer : (2)

26.

The teacher asked Jake, Ben, Rob, Will, and Sam to prepare charts on different fruits. The tally chart shows the number of charts each student prepared. Who prepared 5 charts?

a. | Rob | ||

b. | Jake | ||

c. | Ben | ||

d. | Sam, Rob, Will |

[Count the tallies against the name to find the number of charts prepared.]

Correct answer : (1)

27.

Carol, Sharon, and Sandra participated in a competition, in which they had to eat as many bananas as they could. The tally chart shows the number of bananas that each of them ate. Who ate 7 bananas?

[Count the tallies against the name.]

Correct answer : (0)

28.

A class of 36 students was asked to name their favorite color. Which tally chart correctly represents the data, if 9 chose red, 7 yellow, 7 liked purple, 11 chose green, and 2 white as their favorite color?

a. | Table 4 | ||

b. | Table 1 | ||

c. | Table 3 | ||

d. | Table 2 |

Create the tally chart by representing the unique values and their tally in different columns as follows.

So, the tally chart given in Table 3 is the accurate one for representing the given data.

Correct answer : (3)

29.

The tally chart shows the number of birthdays in a class each month. Use the chart to find out the month in which exactly seven students were born.

a. | April | ||

b. | December | ||

c. | August | ||

d. | January |

April = 5

August = 10

December = 6

[Counting the tally marks against each month.]

So, from the tally chart shown we learn that exactly seven students were born in the month of January.

Correct answer : (4)

30.

Sandra distributed cookies to five of her best pals. The tally chart shows the number of cookies that each of them got. How many of them received more than 5 cookies?

a. | 3 | ||

b. | 4 | ||

c. | 2 | ||

d. | 1 |

[Count the tally marks against each name.]

So, among the five, only two received more than 5 cookies, Ashley and Rebecca.

Correct answer : (3)