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## Math in Focus Grade 4 Chapter 4 Practice 1 Answer Key Making and Interpreting a Table

These are the vehicles that passed through a town center between 10:00 A.M. and 10:15 A.M. last Sunday.

Make tally marks to count the number of each type of vehicle that passed through the town center.

Example

Question 1.

Number of motorcycles _____

Answer:

The number of motorcycles is

Question 2.

Number of vans _____

Answer:

The number of vans

Question 3.

Number of trucks ______

Answer:

Number of trucks

**Using the data above, complete the table.**

Question 4.

Answer:

The school nurse keeps the health records of all the students. These cards show the height and weight of nine students.

**Complete. Use the data on the cards.**

Question 5.

Answer:

Jane used tally marks to record the number of pets adopted from an animal shelter in a week.

**Complete. Use the data in the tally chart.**

Question 6.

Answer:

**Complete. Use the data in the table.**

Question 7.

____ white mice were adopted.

Answer:

18 white mice were adopted.

Question 8.

___ guinea pigs were adopted.

Answer:

9 guinea pigs were adopted.

Quarters 9.

___ more white mice than guinea pigs were adopted.

Answer:

9 more white mice than guinea pigs were adopted.

Explanation:

The number of guinea pigs was adopted is 9 and the number of white mice was adopted is 18. So there will be 18-9 which is 9 more white mice than guinea pigs were adopted.

Question 10.

Three times as many __ as ___ were adopted.

Answer:

Three times as many Rabbits as Hamsters were adopted.

Question 11.

The pets that were adopted most often from the animal shelter were ____

Answer:

The pets that were adopted most often from the animal shelter were white mice.

Gary has a coin collection. The bar graph shows the number of coins he collected from different countries.

**Use the data in the graph to complete the table. Then use the data in the table to complete the sentences.**

Question 12.

Answer:

Question 13.

Gary has the same number of coins from ___________ and ___________

Answer:

Gary has the same number of coins from India and Japan.

Question 14.

Gary has half as many coins from Japan as he has from _____

Answer:

Gary has half as many coins from Japan as he has from Canada.

Question 15.

He has ___________ more coins from Mexico than from India.

Answer:

He has 25 more coins from Mexico than from India.

Explanation:

The number of coins from India is 35 and the number of coins from Japan is 60. So he has 60-35 which is 25 more coins from Mexico than from India.

Question 16.

Gary gave away all his coins from Canada. He now has the greatest number of coins from ___.

Answer:

Mexico.

Explanation:

The number of coins from Canada is 70, so now the greatest number of coins from will be Mexico.