Q1: The pictograph given below shows preference of the students for winter activities:Answer the following questions:
(i) How many more apples are there than bananas on the graph?
Sol: Three more apples (number of apples  6, number of bananas  3)
(ii) If each fruit represents 2 actual fruits, how many real oranges are there?
Sol: Four real oranges (number of oranges  2, each fruit represents 2 fruits)
(iii) What is the total number of fruits on the graph?
Sol: Fifteen fruits (apples  6, kiwi  1, bananas  3, oranges  2, other  3)
(iv) Which category has the second highest number of fruits?
Sol: Bananas (number of bananas  3, second highest after apples)
(v) How many fruits are there in the "other" category compared to kiwis?
Sol: Two more fruits in "other" category (number of fruits in "other"  3, number of kiwis  1)
(vi) If you add two more oranges to the graph, how many fruits will there be in total?
Sol: Seventeen fruits (current total fruits  15, adding 2 oranges)
Q2: The total number of animals in five villages are given below:
Draw a pictograph to represent the above data.
Sol: Each circle represents 10 animals
Q3: The modes of traveling to school by the students of a class are given below:
Draw a pictograph to represent the above data.
Sol: Q4: The following pictograph shows the number of candles brought by some children of class 4 for a Festival.Each candle represents a set of 4.
Look at the pictograph and answer the following questions:
(i) How many candles are brought by Daksh? ______.
Sol: 3 x 4 = 12.
(ii) Who has brought the maximum number of candles and how many? ______.
Sol: 10 x 4 = 40.
(iii) How many candles are brought by Anshu? ______.
Sol: 8 x 4 = 32.
(iv) Name the two students who have brought the same number of candles.
Sol: Neha and Ridhima.
Q5: The different types of trees planted in a park are given below:
Draw a pictograph to represent the above data.
Sol:
Q6: The sale of toys in a toy shop during the weekdays of a particular week is given below. Draw a pictograph to represent the following data.
Each circle represents 4 toys
Sol:
Q7: The following bar graph shows favourite colour of students of class IV.
Look at the bar graph and answer the following:
(i) How many children like green colour?
Ans: 50
(ii) Which is the most favourite colour of the students of class IV?
Ans: Yellow
Q8: The following bar graph shows the favourite picnic spots of children of a class. Look at the bar graph and choose the correct answer:
(i) Which destination is liked by maximum number of children?
Ans: Adventure island
(ii) How many children would like to go to Adventure island?
Ans: 30
(iii) How many children would like to go to Rail Museum?
Ans: 15
Q9: The bar graph shown below represents marks obtained by Abhijit. Look at the bar graph and answer the following questions:
(i) Find the total marks obtained by him out of 400.
Ans: = 70 + 50 + 80 + 90 = 290
(ii) In which subject Abhijit got the highest marks?
Ans: Science
(iii) In which subject Abhijit got the lowest marks?
Ans: Hindi
Q10: The bar graph shown here represents different means of transport used by students of class IVA to come to school.
Study the bar graph and answer the following questions.
(i) How many students come to school by autorickshaw?
Ans: 5
(ii) How many students come to school by car?
Ans: 12
(iii) Which mode of transport is used by maximum number of students?
Ans: School bus.
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