A bar graph is a data display which shows

frequency.

The frequency is represented with a shaded bar along a numbered

axis.

**How many more apples than bananas are in the bowl?**

The bar above "Apples" ends at 4, and the bar above "Bananas" ends at 2.

To find how many more apples than bananas are in the bowl, subtract the number of bananas from the number of apples.

So, there are 2 more apples than bananas in the bowl.

**How many apples, oranges, and bananas are in the bowl altogether?**

The bar above "Apples" ends at 4, the bar above "Oranges" ends at 3, and the bar above "Bananas" ends at 2.

To find how many apples, oranges, and bananas are in the bowl altogether, add the numbers of each fruit.

So, altogether, there are 9 apples, oranges, and bananas in the bowl.