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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
We will discuss here how to use Tally marks. To count the number of times a value of the variable appears in a collection of data, we use tally mark ( / ). Thus tally mark represents frequency. Observe the tally marks and the corresponding frequencies:
We learn how to represent the data on the bar graph. Data can be represented by bars (like rectangle) whose lengths represent numerical values. One can use horizontal or vertical bars. Instead of rectangles one way even use line segments in such graphs.
In worksheet on bar graph we will practice different questions on representing the bar graph from the following data given in the questions. 1. The number of bed-sheets manufactured by a factory during five consecutive weeks is given below.
Now we will discuss about the construction of bar graphs or column graph. In brief let us recall about, what is bar graph? Bar graph is the simplest way to represent a data. In consists of rectangular bars of equal width. The space between the two consecutive bars must be
In math worksheet on bar graphs students can practice the questions on how to make and read bar graphs or column graphs. Test your knowledge by practicing this graphing worksheet where we will
We will learn how to represent data on a bar graph. We have seen how pictograph represents a pattern of information through numerical data in general. But such representation takes
In worksheet on measurement of time, all grade students can practice the questions on units for measuring time. This exercise sheet on measurements can be practiced by the students to get more ideas
How to read a watch or a clock? The three figures will help us to read a clock. Hour hand indicates hours and Minute-hand indicates minutes.
Calendar helps us to see the dates and along with that the week day of that same dates. Calculating the number of days between two given dates. Riana stayed at her grandmother's house from
Units of time conversion chart are discussed here in hour, minute, second, day, week, month, and year. We know that there are 12 months in a year. The months of January, March, May, July, August, October and December have 31 days. The months of April, June, September and
We will learn how to calculate the time duration in minutes and in hours. Time Duration (in minutes) Ron and Clara play badminton every evening. Yesterday, their game started at 5 : 15 p.m.
In worksheet on interpreting a calendar, all grade students can practice the questions on calendar. This exercise sheet on interpreting a calendar can be practiced by the students to get more ideas to find the leap year. 1. How many months are there having (i) 31 days
We normally use 12-hour clock system. The hour hand of the clock goes round the dial twice a day (24 hours). Some departments like railways, Airlines, etc use 24-hour clock system because they do
In reading and interpreting a calendar we need to know days in a week, days in a month and months in a year. There are 7 days in a week. The first day of the week is Sunday.
Here are some of the solved questions on examples on units of time to get the idea to convert the units of time into seconds, minutes, hours, days, months and year.
We will discuss here about the conversion of minutes into hours. We know 60 minutes is equal to 1 hour, which is required to convert the measuring time from minutes to hours.
We will discuss here about the conversion of hours into minutes. We know 1 hour is equal to 60 minutes which is required to convert the measuring time from hours to minutes.
We know that the measurement of time is read by a clock or a watch. Any clock or watch except a digital watch, has a dial. On the circular border of the dial of a watch or clock there are the
In worksheet on measurement of capacity, all grade students can practice the questions on units for measuring capacity. This exercise sheet on measurements can be practiced by the students to get more
Practice the questions given in the worksheet on word problem on measuring capacity (i.e. addition and subtraction). Addition and subtraction of word problems in liters and milliliters
We will learn how to multiply and divide of units of measurement. We carry out multiplication and division of measurements as we do for decimal numbers: 1. Multiply 12 km 56 m by 7. Solution: 12 km 56 m = 12.056 m Hence, 12.056 × 7 = 84.392 km 2. Multiply 44 dam 28 cm by 12
In subtraction of capacity we will learn how to find the difference between the units of capacity and volume. While subtracting we need to follow that the units of capacity
In addition of capacity we will learn how to add the different units of capacity and volume together. While adding we need to follow that the units of capacity i.e., liter and milliliter
We know that the two main units for the measurement of capacity are liter and milliliter. In short liter is written as 'l' and milliliter as 'ml'. As for measuring mass we have made several measures to weigh the different masses as 1kg, 500g, 250g, 200g, etc.
To convert a bigger unit a smaller unit, we move the decimal point of the right. In other words, we can say that we multiply. This is very important for us to learn how to convert bigger
We know the main standard unit of mass or weight is kilogram which we write in short as ‘kg’. 1000th part of this kilogram is gram which is written in short as ‘g’.
Units for measuring length are discussed here. We know that the standard unit of length is ‘Metre’ which is written in short as ‘m’. A metre length is divided into 100 equal parts. Each part is named
To convert a smaller unit into a bigger unit, we move the decimal point to the left. In other words, we can say that we divide. This is very important for us to learn how to convert smaller
First grade math activities are a great opportunity for the kids to have fun at the same time as getting to knowledge with basic numbers and counting skills. Kids can enjoy practicing unlimited math skills in a colorful, fun environment. Subject matter has been presented in
Definition of in Line-segment, ray and line geometry: A line segment is a fixed part of a line. It has two end points. It is named by the end points. In the figure given below end points are A and B. So, the line segment is called AB. A line segment is denoted as AB
Practice the questions given in the worksheet on area and perimeter of triangle. Students can recall the topic and practice the questions to get more ideas on how to find the area of triangle and also the perimeter of triangle. 1. Find the area of a triangle having
In subtraction of mass we will learn how to find the difference between the units of mass or weight. While subtracting we need to follow that the units of mass i.e., kilogram and gram
In worksheet on measurement we will solve 10 different types of questions.1. John bought 27.5 m of cloth. How many cm of cloth did he buy? 2. Convert a distance of 20 km to metres. 3. Convert 98 km
Practice the questions given in the worksheet on word problem on measuring mass (i.e. addition and subtraction). Addition and subtraction in grams and kilograms is done in the similar way
We can divide units of mass, kg and g by a number like ordinary numbers. When measurements are given as combination of two units, we first convert the bigger units to lower units and then divide.
We can multiply the units of mass kg and g by a number like ordinary numbers. When measurements are given as combination of two units, we can also first convert the bigger units to lower units and then multiply.
We can add the units of measurement like decimal numbers. 1. Add 5 m 9 dm and 11 m and 5 dm Solution: 5 m 9 dm = 5.9 m 11 m 5 dm = 11.5 m Hence, 5 m 9 dm + 11 m 5 dm = 17 m 4 dm or 17.4 m 2. Add 15 cm 5 mm and 21 cm 9 mm
In conversion of measuring length we will learn how to convert meters into centimeters, kilometers into meters, centimeters into meters and meters into kilometers. To convert meters into centimeters, multiply the number of meters by 100. (i) 1 m = 100 cm
In worksheet on measurement of length, all grade students can practice the questions on units for measuring length.
In addition of mass we will learn how to add the different units of mass or weight together. While adding we need to follow that the units of mass i.e., kilogram and gram are converted into grams
Practice the questions given in the worksheet on word problem on measuring length (i.e. addition and subtraction). Addition and subtraction in metres and centimetres is done in the similar
In 4th grade math activities we will practice all types of examples on different topics along with the solutions. The program is designed in such a way that it is helpful and
In worksheet on area and perimeter worksheet we will find the perimeter of a plane closed shape, perimeter of a triangle, perimeter of a square, perimeter of a rectangle, area of a square, area of rectangle, word problems on perimeter of square, word problems on perimeter
We will discuss here how to find the perimeter of a square. Perimeter of a square is the total length (distance) of the boundary of a square. We know that all the sides of a square are equal. Perimeter of a Square Perimeter of the square ABCD = AB+BC+CD+AD=2 cm+2cm+2cm+2cm
We will discuss here how to find the perimeter of a rectangle. We know perimeter of a rectangle is the total length (distance) of the boundary of a rectangle. ABCD is a rectangle. We know that the opposite sides of a rectangle are equal. AB = CD = 5 cm and BC = AD = 3 cm
Area of a rectangle is discussed here. We know, that a rectangle has length and breadth. Let us look at the rectangle given below. Each rectangle is made of squares. The side of each square is 1 cm long. The area of each square is 1 square centimeter.
In area of a square we will learn how to find the area by counting squares. To find the area of a region of a closed plane figure, we draw the figure on a centimeter squared paper and then count the number of squares enclosed by the figure. We know, that square is
The amount of surface that a plane figure covers is called its area. It’s unit is square centimeters or square meters etc. A rectangle, a square, a triangle and a circle are all examples of closed plane figures. In the following figures, the shaded region of each of the