Interpreting Data in Tables
Data tables help us to organize information!
We can make data tables to tell us about favorite colors, favorite lunch choices, and favorite sports to watch.
Data tables are very useful!
Let’s take a look at this example:
The data table tells us how many eggs were laid on the farm in April, May, June, and July.
We can use the information to learn more. We can answer questions about the data in the table!
The most eggs hatched in June.
25 is the highest number of eggs in the table!
Let’s practice another one!
The least number of eggs hatched in July.
9 eggs were hatched in July. This is the smallest number on the chart.
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Practice Question 1
Answer the question. Use the data table above to help.
Practice Question 2
Practice Question 3
Practice Question 4
Practice Question 5
How many eggs hatched in April and May total?
You must be easily able to read a data table and understand what the table is telling us. If you need more practice, try the quiz below on data tables!