# Frequency Diagrams

The homeschool group has 26 children at an event. 13 children are wearing shoes that do not have shoelaces. On a pie chart, what fraction of the chart would show “wearing shoes with no laces”?
one half
CORRECT!
one quarter
one third

Sarah collects nerdy glasses.
She has 50 different pairs of glasses.
If we made a pictogram where a  represents 5 pairs of glasses, how many icons would there be?
10
CORRECT!
5
50

Ezra has a list showing his height on each birthday. Which would be the best way to show how his height increased over time?
line graph
CORRECT!
pie chart
tally chart

Brooke asked the children in her church about favorite ice cream flavors.
Then Brooke made a pictogram showing the favorite ice cream flavors. Each  represents 5 children. Chocolate shows 3 . How many children said chocolate?
15
CORRECT!
5
3

Max made a bar chart to show how many lizards he saw each day this week.
How could we find the total number of lizards Max saw this week?
adding together the heights of all the bars
CORRECT!
looking at the number represented by the tallest bar
counting the number of bars

Ashlyn made a tally mark chart to track the animals she saw at the zoo. Next to monkeys she wrote:  How many monkeys did she see?
5
CORRECT!
3
15

Iris made a bar chart to show the number of different fruits she ate this week. The bar for apple stops at 2. The bar for strawberry is 3 spaces taller. There is no bar for orange. How many oranges did she eat?
zero oranges
CORRECT!
2 oranges
5 oranges