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# ID : F-6-Data-Handling 

Data Handling
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(1)

The following pictograph shows the number of students absentees in class during last week.
Day

Number of students(

=Boy,

=Girl)

Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
Find the following,
(a) On which day were the most numbers of students absent?
(b) On which day were the least number of students absent?
(c) What was the total number of boy absentees in that week?
(d) What was the total number of girl absentees in that week?
(2)

Following are the marks obtained by 33 students in Math. Arrange these marks in a table using
tally marks.
2 3 8 4 4 8 2 9 4 4 5
4 4 8 8 3 4 4 7 3 5 6
2 7 7 5 8 2 7 7 4 8 8
(a) How many students obtained marks more than 7.
(b) How many students obtained marks equal to or below 2?

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(3)

The following bar chart shows the amount of wheat purchased (in tons) by the government from
1985 to 1992.

## Find the year when,

(a) The Government purchased maximum amount of wheat
(a) The Government purchased minimum amount of wheat
(4)

A survey was done at Excel school to find how students come to school. Result of survey is shown
in the circle chart.

## Which is the least preferred transport for coming to school ?

(5)

The following pictograph shows the number of boy students in each class of a boys school.
Class

## Number of boy students (

= 4 boys)

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
From this, find
(a) Which class has the maximum number of boy students
(b) Which class has the minimum number of boy students
(c) Total number of boy students in school

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(6)

## Following pictograph shows the number of bananas in 4 bags.

Bag bananas
1
2
3
4
Find following,
(a) Bags with maximum number of bananas
(b) Bags with minimum number of bananas
(c) Total number of bananas in all bags

(7)

A survey was done in all schools of Detroit, where each student was asked for their favorite colour.
Result of survey is shown in the circle chart.

## Which is the most liked colour among students in Detroit ?

(8)

The following bar chart shows the marks obtained by Thomas in his class 6 examinations,

## (a) Name the subject in which Thomas obtained maximum marks

(a) Name the subject in which Thomas obtained the least marks
(c) What is his combined score in English and Hindi

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(9)

a. 50

b. 60

c. 30

d. 40

## Fill in the blanks

(10) The chart shows production of different fruits in a farm. If production of peach is 6375 Kg, the
production of banana will be

Kg

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(11) The following bar chart shows the daily consumption of rice in a city,

## (b) Consumption of rice on Monday :

kg

(12) The chart shows production of different fruits in a farm. If production of peach is 7000 Kg, the
combined production of watermelon and orange will be

Kg.

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(13) The following pictograph shows the number of dolls manufactured in 7 factories.
Factory

dolls (

= 6 dolls)

1
2
3
4
5
6
7

## Find the following,

(a) The factory/factories which manufactures the maximum number of dolls :
(b) Total number of dolls manufactured by all factories in a day :
(14) The following bar chart shows the amount of rice and sugar produced (in tons) in Maharashtra
from 1997 to 2001.

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(15) Kenneth threw a dice 40 times and noted the number appearing each time. The numbers that
appeared are shown as below :
6 3 5 1 3 3 3 6 4 1
5 5 4 5 1 3 3 3 6 1
6 6 3 1 1 6 2 6 5 2
2 4 5 6 4 1 2 1 6 5
Prepare a data table using tally marks. The number that appeared minimum number of times is
,

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(1)

(a) Monday
(b) Saturday
(c) 16
(d) 21
Step 1
Day

Number of students(

=Boy,

=Girl)

Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday

## If you look at the pictograph you will notice that

(a) The most number of students were absent on Monday.
Step 2
(b) The least number of students were absent on Saturday.
Step 3
(c) The total number of boys absent in that week = Sum of number of boys absent from
monday to saturday
= 3 + 3 + 3 + 1 + 5 + 1 = 16
Step 4
(d) The total number of girls absent in that week = Sum of number of girls absent from
monday to saturday
= 5 + 3 + 4 + 5 + 2 + 2 = 21

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(2)

## Marks Tally Marks Number of students

2

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(a) 8
(b) 4
Step 1
On counting marks obtained by students, tally table will look at following
Marks Tally Marks Number of students
2

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Step 2
Number of student obtained marks more than 7 = Number of students with marks 8, 9 = 7 + 1
=8
Step 3
Number of student obtained marks equal or less than 2 = Number of students with marks 2 =
4=4

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(3)

(a) 1988
(b) 1992
Step 1

The x-axis and y-axis of the given bar chart shows the year and amount(in tons) of wheat
purchased by the government from 1985 to 1992.
Step 2
If You look at the bar chart you will notice that
(a) In 1988 the government purchased maximum amount of wheat and
(b) In 1992 the government purchased minimum amount of wheat.
(4)

Walk
Step 1

If you look at the circle chart carefully, you will notice that the transport which has least survey
in circle chart is Walk.
Step 2
The transport which has least survey in circle chart, is the least preferred transport for coming
to school, therefore the least preferred transport for coming to school is Walk.

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(5)

(a) 6
(b) 2
(c) 144
Step 1
Class

= 4 boys)

1
2
3
4
5
6
7

## If you look at the pictograph you will notice that

(a) class 6 has the maximum number of boy students
Step 2
(b) class 2 has the minimum number of boy students
Step 3
(c) Total number of
= 36

## in school = sum of the

of each class = 5 + 2 + 4 + 7 + 6 + 9 + 3

beacuse
= 4 boys
Therefore total number of boy students in school = 36 4 = 144

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(6)

(a) 3
(b) 2,4
(c) 23
Step 1
(a) It is clear from the given pictograph that there are 9 bananas in bag 3. Which is maximum
in all bags,
therefore we can say that the bag 3 has maximum number of bananas.
Step 2
(b) It is clear from the given pictograph that there are 4 bananas in bags 2,4. Which is
minimum in all bags,
therefore we can say that the bags 2,4 have minimum number of bananas.
Step 3
(c) Total number of bananas in all bags = The sum of bananas in all 4 bags
=6+4+9+4
= 23 bananas.

(7)

Green
Step 1

If you look at the circle chart carefully, you will notice that the colour which has most survey in
circle chart is Green.
Step 2
The colour which has most survey in circle chart, is the most liked colour among students in
Detroit, therefore the most liked colour among students in Detroit is Green.

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(8)

(a) Maths
(b) Social Studies
(c) 140
Step 1

If you look at the graph you will notice that x-axis and y-axis shows the marks and subjects of
Thomas in class 6 examinations respectively.
Step 2
(a) Because graph shows the maximum value at the subject Maths therefore the subject in
which Thomas obtained maximum marks is Maths.
Step 3
(b) Because graph shows the minimum value at the subject Social Studies therefore the
subject in which Thomas obtained least marks is Social Studies.
Step 4
(c) Graph shows the value at English, is 80 therefore the marks obtained by Thomas in
English is 80
or graph shows the value at Hindi, is 60 therefore the marks obtained by Thomas in Hindi is
60
or the combined score of Thomas in English ans Hindi = 80 + 60 = 140

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(9)

d. 40
Step 1

The x-axis and y-axis of the bar chart shows the name of the fruits and the amount of fruits in
a shop respectively.
Step 2
If you look at the bar chart carefully, you will notice that the number of bananas in a shop = 50,
the number of peaches in a shop = 10
Step 3
Now the difference of number of bananas and peaches in a shop = 50 - 10 = 40,
therefore we can say that there are 40 more bananas than peaches.

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(10)

6375
Step 1

If you look at the given chart carefully, you will notice that the production of fruits peach, apple,
banana in a farm is 37.5%, 25%, 37.5% respectively.
Step 2
Since production of peach is 6375 Kg, which is 37.5% of a farm.
or we can say that the 37.5% production of a farm = 6375 Kg
1% production of a farm =

6375
37.5

## 37.5% production of a farm =

6375
37.5

37.5 = 6375 Kg

Step 3
Since production of banana is 37.5% of a form and 37.5% production of a farm is 6375 Kg,
therefore the production of banana will be 6375 Kg.
(11)

Monday

Wednesday

Saturday

100000

Step 1
If you look at the bar chart you will notice that at x-axis 1 unit = 1000 kg rice and
(a) the day when the consumption of rice, maximum is Monday,Wednesday,Saturday
Step 2
(b) The consumption of object on Monday = 100 1000 = 100000 kg

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(12)

17500
Step 1

If you look at the given chart carefully, you will notice that the production of fruits watermelon,
grapes, peach, orange in a farm is 50%, 12.5%, 25%, 12.5% respectively.
Step 2
Since production of peach is 7000 Kg, which is 25% of a farm.
or we can say that the 25% production of a farm = 7000 Kg
1% production of a farm =

7000
25
7000
25

50 = 14000 Kg,

7000
25

## 12.5 = 3500 Kg.

Step 3
Since the production of watermelon and orange is 50% and 12.5% of a farm respectively,
therefore the combined production of watermelon and orange = 50% production of a farm +
12.5% production of a farm
= 14000 + 3500
= 17500 Kg

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(13)

162
Step 1
If you look at the pictograph you will notice that each

= 6 dolls, therefore

Step 2
Number of dolls manufactures by company 1 = 3 6 = 18 dolls
Step 3
Number of dolls manufactures by company 2 = 2 6 = 12 dolls
Step 4
Number of dolls manufactures by company 3 = 7 6 = 42 dolls
Step 5
Number of dolls manufactures by company 4 = 2 6 = 12 dolls
Step 6
Number of dolls manufactures by company 5 = 4 6 = 24 dolls
Step 7
Number of dolls manufactures by company 6 = 5 6 = 30 dolls
Step 8
Number of dolls manufactures by company 7 = 4 6 = 24 dolls
Step 9
(a) Therefore factory which manufactures maximum number of dolls: 3
Step 10
(b) Total number of dolls manufactures by all factories in a day = 18 + 12 + 42 + 12 + 24 + 30
+ 24 = 162 dolls

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(14)

2001
Step 1

The x-axis and y-axis of the given bar chart shows the years and amount(in tons) of rice and
sugar produced in Maharashtra from 1997 to 2001 respectively.
Step 2
If you look at the bar chart you will notice that the total production of rice and sugar was
minimum in 2001
(15)

4
Step 1
Number on Die Tally Numbers Number of appearances
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Step 2
If you look at the data table you will notice that 2,4 is appeared minimum number of times
therefore the number that appeared minimum number of times is 2,4