Graphs and Tables are an all time favorite with SAT math test developers. The data is quite easily presented and it is also possible to frame at least three to four questions on a single diagram, giving ample opportunity to the test developers to grill the students in the right way.
However, you should know that by constant practicing, you can virtually ace all kinds of questions asked in SAT mathematics and get high SAT scores.
Refer to the bar chart given below to answer these questions:
1. The above chart shows:
a) The annual yield of milk production in each country
b) Annual consumption of milk in each country
c) Annual yield of milk produced per cattle in each country
d) Annual yield of milk given by each animal in each country.
2. The runner up in the milk yield per year per cattle is:
3. Which of the following statements is correct?
a) Per cattle yield of milk in India is as much as that of NZ
b) USA produces one tonne more milk per cattle than Japan.
c) Per cattle yearly yield of milk in Israel is three times that of NZ
d) Yearly per cattle yield of milk in Israel is three times that of NZ
4. From the bar chart, it appears that the white revolution has been the most successful in:
d) Inadequate data
5. If the milk yield per cattle per year is increased by ten times in India, then it will
a) Exceed that of Israel
b) Be equal that of Australia
c) Be equal that of Canada
d) Be 7 times more than that of NZ
This was first in the series of BAR chart based questions, hence it was purposely kept easy. In future, the questions will get tougher gradually, giving you lots of time to adjust to the difficulty levels and prepare well for the SAT exam. Remember, high SAT score in SAT math questions is a must for getting an overall score of 2000+.