# Math in Focus Grade 2 Chapter 17 Practice 3 Answer Key Real-World Problems: Picture Graphs

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## Math in Focus Grade 2 Chapter 17 Practice 3 Answer Key Real-World Problems: Picture Graphs

Use the picture graph to answer the questions.

Dora and her friends compare their sticker collections. She draws a picture graph to show the number of stickers they have. However, she accidentally spills her drink on part of the graph.

Question 1.
How many stickers does Susan have?
16 stickers

Explanation:
There are 4 against Susan
Each stands for 4 stickers
4 x 4 = 16
So, Susan have 16 stickers.

Question 2.
How many more stickers does Kate have than Tracy?
8 stickers

Explanation:
Each stands for 4stickers
Kate have 5 x 4 = 20 stickers
Tracy have 3 x 4 = 12 stickers
20 – 12 = 8
So, Kate have 8 more stickers than Tracy.

Question 3.
Dora has 8 stickers.
How many should there be on the graph?
2 should be on the graph

Explanation:
Each stands for 2 stickers
Dora has 8 stickers
So, 8 / 4 = 2
There should be 2 on the graph against Dora.

Question 4.
Vera has 24 stickers.
How many more must be on the graph?
2 more must be on the graph

Explanation:
Each stands for 2 stickers
Vera has 24 stickers
24 / 4 = 6
There are already 4
6 – 4 = 2
So, 2 more must be on the graph against vera.

Question 5.
How many stickers do Susan and Tracy have in all?
28 stickers

explanation:
Susan has 4 = 4 x 4 = 16 stickers
Tracy has 3 = 3 x 4 = 12 stickers
16 + 12 = 28
So, Susan and Tracy have 28 stickers in all.

The graph shows the number of children playing each game at a fair.

Number of Children Playing Games

Use the picture graph to answer the questions.

Question 6.
There are 6 boys at the Electric City stall. How many girls are at the Electric City stall?
4 girls

Explanation:
There are 5 pictures against Electric City
Each picture stands for 2 children
5 x 2 = 10
There are 10 children
6 are boys
10 – 6 = 4
So, there are 4 girls at the electric city stall.

Question 7.
6 of the children who play Wild, Wild West are girls. How many are boys?
10 are boys

Explanation:
There are 8 pictures against Wild, Wild West
Each picture stands for 2 children
8 x 2 = 16
There are 16 children
6 are girls
16 – 6 = 10
So, 10 boys are at the Wild, Wild West.

Question 8.
2 girls are at the Maze. 4- boys are at the Ball Toss. How many girls are at the Maze or Ball Toss in all?
10 girls

Explanation:
2 girls are at the Maze
4- boys are at the Ball Toss
There are 6 pictures against Ball Toss
Each picture stands for 2 children
6 x 2 = 12
12 – 4 = 8
8 girls are at Ball Toss
2 + 8 = 10
So, 10 girls are at the Maze or Ball Toss in all.

Question 9.
Abigail visits a pet store and sees different kinds of fish. Use the data given to finish the graph.
Use a to stand for 4- fish.
a. There are 16 clown fish.
b. There are 12 more barb fish than clown fish.
c. There are 4 more goldfish than barb fish.
d. There are 8 fewer guppies than goldfish.
e. There are the same number of discus fish as clown fish and guppies together.

Question 10.
Gita made banana muffins for her family. Use the data given to complete the graph. Use to stand for 2 cups.

a. Gita used 2 cups of sugar. She used the same number of cups of oil.
I drew 1 for sugar as each stands for 2 cups
1 x 2 = 2
As she used same number of cups of oil as sugar
I drew 2 for oil too.

b. She used 4 cups of milk. She used 2 more cups of oatmeal than the number of cups of milk.