# Data, Graphs, and Probability : Fourth Grade Math Worksheets

This page contains all our printable worksheets in section Data, Graphs, and Probability of Fourth Grade Math. As you scroll down, you will see many worksheets for organizing data, data: interpret and graph, probability, and more.

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Organizing Data

Collect and Organize Data - I

Collect and use data to make inferences about various notable points in the data i.e how many were surveyed? Which sport was the favorite of most number of students?

Category:  Data, Graphs, and Probability     Organizing Data     Collecting and Organizing data

Venn Diagrams - I

Learn to identify properties of numbers or objects and then based on the distinct and common properties, place them in the Venn diagram.

Category:  Data, Graphs, and Probability     Organizing Data     Venn Diagrams and Line Plots

Venn Diagrams - II

Use data from the survey that presented in the form of a table to draw a Venn diagram. Read a Venn diagram and answer the questions that are based on it in this worksheet.

Category:  Data, Graphs, and Probability     Organizing Data     Venn Diagrams and Line Plots

Average - I

Practice finding average (mean) of 2 or more numbers. Can you find an unknown number in a data set while you are provided with average? More problems with pie charts here.

Category:  Data, Graphs, and Probability     Organizing Data     Average, Mean, Median, and Mode

Mean, Median, and Mode - I

Use the data in a table or a set. Find the mean, median, or mode of the presented data. Study about mean, median, and mode before you attempt this worksheet.

Category:  Data, Graphs, and Probability     Organizing Data     Average, Mean, Median, and Mode

Mean, Median, and Mode - II

Define the terms mean, median, and mode. Find mean, median, and mode using a data set. Interpret a pie graph and solve the problems by finding the mean, median, and mode.

Category:  Data, Graphs, and Probability     Organizing Data     Average, Mean, Median, and Mode

Scale and Interval - I

You are provided with a data set and now you have find out the appropriate interval and range so that you can present the data in the form of a chart or graph.

Category:  Data, Graphs, and Probability     Organizing Data     Choosing the Right Scale

Scale and Interval - II

Identify a reasonable interval for a data set so that an appropriate graph can be drawn. Interpret a graph and find the range and the interval of the plotted data.

Category:  Data, Graphs, and Probability     Organizing Data     Choosing the Right Scale

Data: Interpret and Graph

Bar Graphs - I

Interpret given bar graphs and solve the word problems about the graph. Identify various data points i.e minimum, maximum, most, least, sample size etc.

Category:  Data, Graphs, and Probability     Data: Interpret and Graph     Bar and Double Bar Graphs

Bar Graphs - II

Look at a bar graphs that shows the annual profit of a company and then solve the word problems that requires you to compare and contrast the information presented.

Category:  Data, Graphs, and Probability     Data: Interpret and Graph     Bar and Double Bar Graphs

Double Bar Graphs - I

Learn about the type of information that is usually presented in double-bar graphs. Refer to the graphs in the worksheet to solve problems about the data in it.

Category:  Data, Graphs, and Probability     Data: Interpret and Graph     Bar and Double Bar Graphs

Double Bar Graphs - II

Use the double bar graphs in the worksheet to answer the problems. See how data compares between two distinct groups plotted in the double bar graph.

Category:  Data, Graphs, and Probability     Data: Interpret and Graph     Bar and Double Bar Graphs

Circle Graphs - I

use the circle graphs to interpret information and then, solve the problems. Using the data i a table, learn to draw and annotate a circle graph.

Category:  Data, Graphs, and Probability     Data: Interpret and Graph     Circle and Line Graphs

Circle Graphs - II

Practice worksheet to help you know and interpret data using circle graphs. Solve problems using the graph that shows a family's budget and find where the money goes.

Category:  Data, Graphs, and Probability     Data: Interpret and Graph     Circle and Line Graphs

Circle Graphs - III

Analyze more circle graphs and solve word problems about a blood bank that shows its donor percentages using a circle graph.

Category:  Data, Graphs, and Probability     Data: Interpret and Graph     Circle and Line Graphs

Line Graph - I

Generally, line graphs are used when data needs to shown over a time line. They are useful in detecting trends in data. Practice with line graph in this worksheet.

Category:  Data, Graphs, and Probability     Data: Interpret and Graph     Circle and Line Graphs

Line Graph - II

Work with two line graphs in this worksheet and compare/contrast and infer from the data presented to solve a set of problems.

Category:  Data, Graphs, and Probability     Data: Interpret and Graph     Circle and Line Graphs

Choosing an Appropriate Graph - I

Learn to select the correct graph that shows trends over time or distribution of data across groups. More about circle, line and bar graphs.

Category:  Data, Graphs, and Probability     Data: Interpret and Graph     Choosing the Appropriate Graph

Choosing an Appropriate Graph - II

Choose the correct graph to represent the data set given in the problems. Examine various graphs to find out what fits best.

Category:  Data, Graphs, and Probability     Data: Interpret and Graph     Choosing the Appropriate Graph

Probability

Decide if an event is likely, unlikely, certain, or impossible. Based on the above, find the probability of an event.

Category:  Data, Graphs, and Probability     Probability     Possible Outcomes

Possible Outcomes - I

List all the possible outcomes when a cube is tossed or a spinner is spun. List the possible number and type of outcomes.

Category:  Data, Graphs, and Probability     Probability     Possible Outcomes

Possible Outcomes - II

Work with a dice or a bag of colored balls to find out what outcomes are possible for an event i.e a ball is randomly selected from a bag. Learn about fractional probability.

Category:  Data, Graphs, and Probability     Probability     Possible Outcomes

Organized Lists - I

Learn to make organized lists based on possible outcomes and events. Organized lists are very helpful when your determine the probability of a combination of events.

Category:  Data, Graphs, and Probability     Probability     Organized Lists

Making Predictions - I

Make predictions about an event. How likely is it to occur? Find the probability, i.e How likely are you to pick 1 when you randomly pick a number between 1 and 10?

Category:  Data, Graphs, and Probability     Probability     Making Predictions

Making Predictions - II

Identify likely, unlikely, certain or impossible events. i.e How likely are you to pick a circle from a set of polygons?

Category:  Data, Graphs, and Probability     Probability     Making Predictions

Fractions and Probability - I

Relate fractions to probability. Determine the possibility of anything happening in a set of all possible events to find the fractional probability.

Category:  Data, Graphs, and Probability     Probability     Fractions and Probability

Fractions and Probability - II

Given a set of data, determine the probability in the form of a fraction. i.e You are supposed to choose a day of the week to go swimming, how likely are you to pick Wednesday?

Category:  Data, Graphs, and Probability     Probability     Fractions and Probability

Combinations - I

Combinations are a list of all the possibilities. i.e You are supposed to pick two polygons from a set of four distinct polygons, how many possible combinations are possible?

Category:  Data, Graphs, and Probability     Probability     Combinations

Combinations - II

Practice problems to list all the combinations. i.e given a list of type of crusts and toppings, how many ways can you possibility order a pizza with one topping?

Category:  Data, Graphs, and Probability     Probability     Combinations