# Representing information as a bar model (Part 2)

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### Key learning points

1. In this lesson, we will read word problems and represent them as bar models.

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### 5 Questions

Q1.
Jack picked 8 apples from under one tree and 2 apples from under another tree. How many apples are there altogether?
6
7
9
Q2.
Jack brought 15 apples in a basket into his kitchen. He placed 4 of the apples on a chopping board. How many were left in the basket?
12
13
19
Q3.
Joe picked lots of apples. 4 of his apples were bruised and 5 were not bruised. How many apples does he have altogether?
1
10
8
Q4.
When Muhammad got back into his kitchen with 17 apples, he realised 5 of them were bruised. How many were not bruised?
11
14
22
Q5.
Ava placed 10 of her apples on the chopping board and Zain placed 7. How many apples are on the chopping board altogether?
10
18
3

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### 5 Questions

Q1.
6 people got on the bus. Then, 3 more people got on the bus. How many people are on the bus now?
3
5
8
Q2.
There are 12 people on the bus. Then, 2 people get off the bus. How many people are on the bus now?
11
13
14
Q3.
There are 10 people on the bus. Then, 3 people get off the bus. How many people are on the bus now?
11
13
8
Q4.
There are 4 people on the bus. 5 more people get on the bus. How many people are on the bus now?
10
11
8