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Step 2 – Interpret line graphs, tables and Venn

diagrams, finding amounts, sum and difference.

Making comparisons between the data shown.

THIS STEP IS ON BOTH SIDES!

CONTEXT AND INVESTIGATION QUESTIONS ARE ON PAGE 2

1P

This graph shows hoe much forest was lost on an island each year.

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g. Who likes all three sports?

h. Who only likes swimming and tennis?

i. Who only likes football?

j. What can you say about Lisa’s preferred sports?

k. What is the total of the children who liked football and tennis?

l. How many children took part in this survey in total?

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The X axis here shows time of day. This is called a continuous

graph because it shows changes over time. The Y axis In this

case shows the temperature as it changed over the day.

Look at the red arrows on this example. At 6pm the

temperature was 10c. To work this out, start at the time on

the x axis. Go up to the line on the graph and then across to

the temperature. This can be done the other way too! Look at

the blue arrows on the example. The temperature was 12c at

12 o’clock and also at about 5pm . Make sure your answers

show the correct units— oc or time on this graph.

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This table shows the different types of boats that were rented at a

port in the first six months of last year. We can find lots of information

from this.

Total boats for each month. E.g January = 82 boats

Totals for each boat type. E.g Canoes = 73

Sums and differences. E.g The difference between motor

boats rented in March and April is 56-48= 8 boats.

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The Venn diagram shows which children liked football and

rugby training. Where the circles cross over, children like both.

If a child’s name is outside both circles then they don’t like

either! E.g Toby only likes Football training. Anna only likes

rugby.Josie likes both. Henry doesn’t like either choice.

1C We are using the same Venn diagram for this part

Decide if the statements below the Venn diagram are ‘True’ or ‘False.’

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1i

This chart shows the number and type of officers working in a police station:

a. Create five of your own statements about what this data tells you. E.g. There are 6 Inspectors in total.

b. Create your own questions about the data that you could use to ask a friend. Think back to the types of

question that were on Step 1.

they collect ?