# McGraw Hill My Math Grade 1 Chapter 7 Lesson 1 Answer Key Tally Charts

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## McGraw-Hill My Math Grade 1 Answer Key Chapter 7 Lesson 1 Tally Charts

Explore and Explain

____________ – ____________ = _____________ more people
Teacher Directions: Use to show the number of people who voted for each activity. Write each total. How many more people like to dance than to run? Write a subtraction number sentence to solve.

Explanation:
2 people voted for run activity
4 people chose dance activity
3 people chose play out side activity
4 – 3 = 1 is the subtraction number sentence
1 person voted for dance more than to run.

See and Show

A tally chart shows a mark for each vote in a survey. A survey asks people the same question.

Ask 10 friends to choose their favorite school subject. Make a tally chart. Write the totals. Use the tally chart. How many chose each subject?

Question 1.

2

Explanation:
2 people chose Math as their favorite subject

Question 2.

3

Explanation:
3 people chose Reading as their favorite subject

Question 3.

5

Explanation:
5 people chose Reading as their favorite subject

Talk Math How are tally marks used to take surveys?
10 tally marks are used to take surveys.

Write the totals. Use the chart to answer the questions.

Question 4.
How many people chose red?
8

Explanation:
8 people chose red color as their favorite color.

Question 5.
How many people chose purple?
5

Explanation:
5 people chose purple as their favorite color.

Question 6.
Do more people like purple or blue?
purple

Explanation:
3 people chose blue as their favorite color
5 people chose purple as their favorite color
5 > 3
So, more people chose purple color.

Question 7.
How many more people like red than blue?
5

Explanation:
8 people chose red color as their favorite color
3 people chose blue as their favorite color
8 – 3 = 5
So, 5 people like red than blue.

Question 8.
Do more people like red or purple?
red

Explanation:
8 people chose red color as their favorite color
5 people chose purple as their favorite color
8 > 5
So, more people chose red color.

Question 9.
How many fewer people like blue than purple?
2

Explanation:
3 people chose blue as their favorite color
5 people chose purple as their favorite color
5 – 3 = 2
So, 2 fewer people chose blue than purple.

Question 10.
How many people were surveyed in all?
16

Explanation:
8 people chose red color as their favorite color
3 people chose blue as their favorite color
5 people chose purple as their favorite color
Add 8, 3, 5
8 + 3 + 5 = 16
So, 16 people are surveyed.

Problem Solving

Question 11.
Circle the tally chart that shows 2 students like crackers, 6 students like bananas, and 4 students like carrots.

Explanation:
The first tally chart shows 2 students like crackers, 6 students like bananas, and 4 students like carrots
So, i drew a circle around first tally chart.

HOT Problem! Samantha is having a pizza party. She asks her guests to pick their favorite kind of pizza. If she orders one kind which one does she order? Explain.

Samantha is having a pizza party
She asks her guests to pick their favorite kind of pizza
7 chose Cheese pizza
3 chose Pepperoni pizza
2 chose Sausage pizza
She orders one kind that is chose by more number of people
7 people chose Cheese pizza and it is the greater number
So, Samantha orders Cheese Pizza.

### McGraw Hill My Math Grade 1 Chapter 7 Lesson 1 My Homework Answer Key

Practice

Write the totals. Use the chart to answer the questions.

Question 1.
How many more votes did music get than art?
2

Explanation:
8 people voted for Music as their favorite activity
6 people voted for Art as their favorite activity
8 – 6 = 2
So, music got 2 more votes than art.

Question 2.
How many people were surveyed?

Question 3.
How many people like fall?
9

Explanation:
9 people chose fall as their favorite season

Question 4.
How many more people like summer than spring?
3

Explanation:
7 people chose summer as their favorite season
4 people chose spring as their favorite season
7 – 4 = 3
3 more people like summer than spring.

Question 5.
Do 7 people like summer or fall?
7

Explanation:
7 people chose summer as their favorite season.

Question 6.
How many people were surveyed?
20 people

Explanation:
7 people chose summer as their favorite season
9 people chose fall as their favorite season
4 people chose spring as their favorite season
Add to find the total
7 + 9 = 4 = 20
So, 20 people were surveyed.

Vocabulary Check

Complete each sentence.
tally chart
survey

Question 7.
You can collect data by taking a _______________.