Chap 16 Data Handling: Histograms - Let's interpret (1)

1. 6 students have not handed in their pocket and most of the students give \$3 each. While none gave \$2.

2. Most students (not including those that the graph does not show), receive \$3 as their pocket money.

3. Most students (8) received \$3 as their pocket money.

4. Most of students ( 8) received \$ 3 for their daily pocket money. None of the students received \$2 for their pocket money.

5. Most students receive \$3 for their pocket money. No student received \$2 as their pocket money.
~Nina

6. The most number of students received \$3 as their pocket money while none of them received \$2 as their pocket money.

7. 6 students received an amount of pocket money that does not fall under any of the categories shown.
None of the students receive \$2 as their pocket money.
Most amount of students received \$3 as their pocket money, while the least number of students received \$5 as their pocket money.
Same amount of students receive \$2 and \$4 as pocket money.

8. No student received \$2 for pocket money daily. Few students received \$5 for pocket money daily.

9. No students receive \$2 as pocket money and most of the students receive \$3 as their pocket money

10. 6 students have not received their pocket money.

11. There are an equal number of students who received \$1 and \$4 . There are no students who received \$2 and most students receive \$3

12. No students received \$2 and most student have \$3 as their daily pocket money. 6 students did not get their pocket money.
The total pocket money of the class is \$84.
-Owen

13. No one receive \$2 daily and most students receive \$3 daily

14. Most students receive \$3 daily while no students receive \$2 daily.

15. 6 children have not received their pocket money. No student receives \$2 as their pocket money and most students receive \$3 daily. The total amount of pocket money the children received was \$84 (excluding those who did not receive their pocket money).

16. Most students received \$3 as their pocket money, the same number of students have \$1 and \$4 as their pocket money. No students received \$2 as their pocket money and a minority received \$5 as their pocket money.