In worksheet on pictographs, all grade students can practice the
questions on data handling. This exercise sheet on pictographs has
different questions to draw a pictograph to represent the information
that can be practiced by the students to get more ideas to represent the
data according to the questions.
1. The numbers of students studying in each of five classes of a secondary school are given below. Draw a pictograph to represent the numerical data:
2. At a parking place the following number of scooter were parked on different days. Draw a pictograph to represent the information:
Monday (30) Tuesday (25) Wednesday (35)
Thursday (15) Friday (20) Saturday (40)
3.
In a survey it was found that the following number of students of a
school uses different brands of soaps. Form a pictograph to represent
the data:
Lux (100) Lifebuoy (50) Dove (60) Camay (70)
4. The following number of cars of a particular model was produced in the years 2000, 2001, 2002 and 2003. Draw a pictograph to represent the data:
5. From a pond the following numbers of fishes were caught on different days. Draw the pictograph of it:
Monday (200) Tuesday (200) Wednesday (300)
Thursday (400) Friday (300) Saturday (500)
6. The following number of bulbs was sold from a shop on different days. Form the pictograph of it:
Monday (50) Tuesday (30) Wednesday (50)
Thursday (40) Friday (60) Saturday (20)
7. Out of 100 students of a class the following numbers passed in different subjects. Draw the pictograph of the data:
8. Draw a pictograph from the given table in which the number of students studying in different classes of a primary school is given:
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