RS Aggarwal Solutions: Pictograph

# RS Aggarwal Solutions: Pictograph | Mathematics (Maths) Class 6 PDF Download

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Point to Remember :
1. The presentation of an information through pictures is called a pictograph.
Q. 1. The number of students who absented from the class during a week are given below :
Day Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
No. of absentees 6 2 4 2 8
Take the scale  2 absentees.
Draw the pictograph.
Sol.
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Point to Remember :
1. The presentation of an information through pictures is called a pictograph.
Q. 1. The number of students who absented from the class during a week are given below :
Day Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
No. of absentees 6 2 4 2 8
Take the scale  2 absentees.
Draw the pictograph.
Sol.
Q. 2. The number of stools in five rooms of a school are given below :
Room number I II III IV V
Number of stools 30 40 60 50 20
Taking the scale  10 stools, draw the pictograph.
Sol.
Q. 3. In a class test, the number of students passed in various subjects are given below.
Subject English Mathematics Hindi Drawing
Number of 15 25 10 20
students passed
Taking the scale  5 successful students, draw the pictograph.
Page 3

Point to Remember :
1. The presentation of an information through pictures is called a pictograph.
Q. 1. The number of students who absented from the class during a week are given below :
Day Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
No. of absentees 6 2 4 2 8
Take the scale  2 absentees.
Draw the pictograph.
Sol.
Q. 2. The number of stools in five rooms of a school are given below :
Room number I II III IV V
Number of stools 30 40 60 50 20
Taking the scale  10 stools, draw the pictograph.
Sol.
Q. 3. In a class test, the number of students passed in various subjects are given below.
Subject English Mathematics Hindi Drawing
Number of 15 25 10 20
students passed
Taking the scale  5 successful students, draw the pictograph.
Sol.
Q. 4. The number of fans sold by a shopkeeper during 6 months are given below :
Month March April May June July August
Number of fans sold 30 40 60 50 20 30
Taking the scale  5 fans sold, draw the pictograph.
Sol.
Month
March
Number of fans sold
April
May
June
July
August
Page 4

Point to Remember :
1. The presentation of an information through pictures is called a pictograph.
Q. 1. The number of students who absented from the class during a week are given below :
Day Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
No. of absentees 6 2 4 2 8
Take the scale  2 absentees.
Draw the pictograph.
Sol.
Q. 2. The number of stools in five rooms of a school are given below :
Room number I II III IV V
Number of stools 30 40 60 50 20
Taking the scale  10 stools, draw the pictograph.
Sol.
Q. 3. In a class test, the number of students passed in various subjects are given below.
Subject English Mathematics Hindi Drawing
Number of 15 25 10 20
students passed
Taking the scale  5 successful students, draw the pictograph.
Sol.
Q. 4. The number of fans sold by a shopkeeper during 6 months are given below :
Month March April May June July August
Number of fans sold 30 40 60 50 20 30
Taking the scale  5 fans sold, draw the pictograph.
Sol.
Month
March
Number of fans sold
April
May
June
July
August
Q. 5. The following pictograph shows different kinds of trees planted in a park. Each symbol represents
8 trees. Look at the pictograph and answer the questions given below.
(i) How many mango trees are there ?
(ii) How many banyan trees are there ?
(iii) How many neem trees are there ?
(iv) How many trees are there in all ?
Sol. (i) 24 (ii) 32 (iii) 40 (iv) 96   Ans.
Q. 6. The following pictograph shows the number of scooters sold by a company during a week.
Scale used is :   6 scooters sold.
Study the pictograph carefully and answer the questions given below.
(i) How many scooters were sold on Monday ?
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Point to Remember :
1. The presentation of an information through pictures is called a pictograph.
Q. 1. The number of students who absented from the class during a week are given below :
Day Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
No. of absentees 6 2 4 2 8
Take the scale  2 absentees.
Draw the pictograph.
Sol.
Q. 2. The number of stools in five rooms of a school are given below :
Room number I II III IV V
Number of stools 30 40 60 50 20
Taking the scale  10 stools, draw the pictograph.
Sol.
Q. 3. In a class test, the number of students passed in various subjects are given below.
Subject English Mathematics Hindi Drawing
Number of 15 25 10 20
students passed
Taking the scale  5 successful students, draw the pictograph.
Sol.
Q. 4. The number of fans sold by a shopkeeper during 6 months are given below :
Month March April May June July August
Number of fans sold 30 40 60 50 20 30
Taking the scale  5 fans sold, draw the pictograph.
Sol.
Month
March
Number of fans sold
April
May
June
July
August
Q. 5. The following pictograph shows different kinds of trees planted in a park. Each symbol represents
8 trees. Look at the pictograph and answer the questions given below.
(i) How many mango trees are there ?
(ii) How many banyan trees are there ?
(iii) How many neem trees are there ?
(iv) How many trees are there in all ?
Sol. (i) 24 (ii) 32 (iii) 40 (iv) 96   Ans.
Q. 6. The following pictograph shows the number of scooters sold by a company during a week.
Scale used is :   6 scooters sold.
Study the pictograph carefully and answer the questions given below.
(i) How many scooters were sold on Monday ?
(ii) How many scooters were sold on Tuesday ?
(iii) On what day of the week was the sale of the scooters maximum ? How many scooters were
sold on that day ?
(iv) On what day of the week was the sale of the scooters minimum ? How many scooters were
sold on that day ?
Sol. (i) 30 (ii) 24 (iii) Friday = 42 (iv) Saturday = 12   Ans.
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