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5th Grade Data Analysis Worksheets

Teach your students how to plot, read, and manipulate data and bar graphs. These worksheets will develop a basic understanding how to use graphs and tables to organize data and draw a conclusion from the results.

  • Bar Graphs
  • Students must read and manipulate the information on each bar graph to answer the questions in this math worksheet. This graphing printable includes horizontal and vertical bar graphs.

  • Calculate the Mean
  • Students will learn how to calculate the mean—or average—of each number list by adding the list and dividing by the quantity of numbers. Students will also practice working backward from the mean to determine the missing number in a number list.

  • Coordinates
  • In this first part of this graphing worksheet, students write the coordinates of points on a grid. In the second part, they plot points on a coordinate grid and connect them in the order they are written to produce a geometric shape, which they name.

  • Interpreting Circle Graphs
  • Introduce pie charts with a math worksheet that gives students practice with fractions. Students must interpret the circle graphs to find fractions of an amount.

  • Likely Outcomes
  • Improve students' understanding of likely outcomes with this probability worksheet. Students are asked to predict the likely outcome of coin tosses. Then, they actually flip coins and compare their results with their predictions.

  • Line Graphs
  • Have students read and interpret the line graph to answer questions about how far and how fast Louis traveled between two times.

  • Mean, Median, and Mode
  • For each number set in this statistics worksheet, students determine the mean, median, and mode.

  • Probability Scale 0 to 1
  • In this math worksheet, students use a probability line to find the likelihood of each event. Children should be familiar with the suits and the number of cards in a pack of playing cards to complete the first section of this printable.

  • Probability Scale 0 to 1
  • In this math worksheet, students use a probability line to find the likelihood of each event. Children should be familiar with the suits and the number of cards in a pack of playing cards to complete the first section of this printable.

  • Reading Bar Graphs
  • Give your students practice at reading bar graphs and comparing data to answer the questions in this math worksheet. This will help develop your students ability to analyze data from bar graphs.

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