In a **bar graph**, the heights of the bars represent

the number of items in each category.

The table shows that the grocery store has 14 boxes of raisin bran in stock.

So, the bar above "Raisin Bran" in the graph ends at 14.

The table shows that the grocery store has 12 boxes of corn flakes in stock.

So, the bar above "Corn Flakes" in the graph ends at 12.

The table shows that the grocery store has 17 boxes of granola in stock.

So, the bar above "Granola" in the graph ends at 17.