Step: 1

The height of the bar corresponding to year 1999 represents the amount deposited during the year.

Step: 2

From the graph, the amount of money deposited in 1999 is $300.

Correct Answer is : $300

Step: 1

The heights of the bars in the bar graph represent the number of apples sold by Edward during the past five days.

Step: 2

Note the height of the bar for Tuesday.

Step: 3

The height of the bar on Tuesday is 30.

Step: 4

Edward sold 30 apples on Tuesday.

Correct Answer is : 30

Step: 1

The heights of the bars in the bar graph represent the number of nickels, dimes and quarters in Bill's coin collection.

Step: 2

Note the height of the bar representing the number of nickels.

Step: 3

The height of the bar representing the number of nickels is 40.

Step: 4

Bill's collection contains 40 nickels.

Correct Answer is : 40

Step: 1

The height of each bar indicates the temperature in a particular state.

Step: 2

From the graph, we observe that the bar above Arizona is the tallest. So, among the three states, Arizona recorded the maximum temperature (more than 80^{o}F).

Correct Answer is : Arizona

Step: 1

The height of each bar in the graph is a measure of the number of pens of the particular type.

Step: 2

The bar above Type 1 reaches 13 on the scale.

Step: 3

So, there are 13 pens of Type 1 in the box.

Correct Answer is : 13

Step: 1

The height of the bar above each subject represents the number of books present on that particular subject.

Step: 2

The bar above the subject Math reaches 24 on the scale.

Step: 3

So, there are 24 students who like Math best.

Correct Answer is : 24

Step: 1

The height of each bar indicates the number of Action Figures having the corresponding hair color.

Step: 2

The bar above orange reaches 4 on the scale.

Step: 3

So, the number of Action Figures having orange hair is 4.

Correct Answer is : 4

Step: 1

Maximum value is the highest number of fruits purchased by Susan.

Step: 2

The maximum value of the data = Number of Mangoes purchased by Susan = 8

[From the graph.]

Step: 3

The maximum value of the data is 8.

Correct Answer is : 8

Step: 1

The height of each bar indicates the number of votes given for each Crisp flavor.

Step: 2

From the graph, we observe that the bar above Bacon is the smallest. So, among the four flavors, Bacon was voted the least.

Step: 3

Therefore, the correct answer is Bacon

Correct Answer is : Bacon

Step: 1

The height of each bar indicates the number of minutes each animal can hold its breath.

Step: 2

From the graph, we observe that the height of the bar above Dolphins is 12.

Step: 3

Therefore, a Dolphin can hold its breath for 12 minutes.

Correct Answer is : 12 minutes

Step: 1

The height of each bar indicates the number of votes given for each pet.

Step: 2

From the graph, we observe that the bar above Rabbit is the smallest. So, among the four pets, Rabbit was the least favorite pet.

Step: 3

Therefore, the correct answer is Rabbit.

Correct Answer is : Rabbit

Step: 1

The height of each bar indicates the number of votes given for each pet.

Step: 2

From the graph, we observe that the height of the bar above Goldfish is 9.

Step: 3

Therefore, 9 of them like Goldfish.

Correct Answer is : 9

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