Hint: Observe different tables in order to gather the information recorded in the table.

Question.1. The table below shows the marks obtained by 5 students in Science exam.Which student scored the highest marks in theory?

(a) Karuna
(b) Jatin
(c) Abhi
(d) Simran

Question.2. The table below shows the monthly expenditure of five factories:Which of the following statements is correct?

(a) The amount spent by factor A on transportation and other expenses is more than the amount spent by factory C.
(b) The amount spent by factory E on electricity and transportation is the same.
(c) Factory A spent an extra of Rs. 260 thousand than factory E.
(d) On transportation, Factory B spent the highest amount.

Ans.1. (b) Jatin
Ans.2. (a) The amount spent by factor A on transportation and other expenses is more than the amount spent by factory C.

Hint: Group and compare raw data systematically in order to infer the relevant information quickly.

Question.3. A teacher wants to know the favourite ice-cream flavor of his students. How should the teacher record the data to know the number of students whose favourite flavour is chocolate?

(a) List of students and their choice of flavour written against each name.
(b) Writing the number of students who prefer each flavour.
(c) List of students whose favourite flavour is chocolate.
(d) Writing the flavours preferred one by one.

Question.4. A bakery owner wants to record the sale of four items over the past hour. The owner thinks of two ways to record the data as shown.
Method I: Recording the number of each item sold.
Method II: Taking 4 jars and putting a coin for each item sold.
Which of these method(s) is correct?

(a) Only method I
(b) Only method II
(c) Both method I and method II
(d) Neither method I nor method II

Ans.3. (b) Writing the number of students who prefer each flavour.
Ans.4. (c) Both method I and method II

Hint: Organise raw data into a table using tally marks in order to organize the given data.

Question.5. A teacher asked students about the choice for their favorite past time. She recorded the data as:
Reading, Playing, Drawing, Reading, Playing, Playing, Painting, Drawing, Drawing, Watching, Drawing, Drawing, Playing, Watching, Drawing.
Which of the following option shows the representation of the information in the table using tally marks?

(a) (b) (c) (d)

Question.6. A bakery owner records the sales of its items over an hour as shown below.After 2 hours, the bakery sold a total 74 items, such that the highest number of muffins were sold and least number of pizzas were sold. Which of the following table represents the data after 2 hours?

(a) (b) (c) (d)

Ans.5. (a) Ans.6. (b)

Hint: Observe and understand pictograph representation of data in order to answer the question on data at a glance.

Question.7. The given pictograph shows the number of books sold at a bookshop over a week.On which day, the minimum number of books were sold?

(a) Saturday
(b) Tuesday
(c) Monday
(d) Wednesday

Question.8. A teacher made a pictograph which shows the marks obtained by 5 students in Math test out of 100.
She represents following information in the pictograph.

• Raj scored the maximum marks and Ankita scored the minimum marks.
• Ankur scored 15 marks more than Ankita.
• Arti scored 5 marks less than Aman.

Which of these pictographs could she have drawn?

(a) (b) (c) (d)

Ans.7. (d) Wednesday
Ans.8. (c)

Hint: Analyze pictograph in order to reason the information presented.

Question.9. The pictograph shows the number of bouquets sold by a flower shop in the past 4 days.What is the difference between the greatest number of bouquets sold and the least number of bouquets sold?

(a) 5
(b) 9
(c) 15
(d) 33

Question.10. A group of students were asked about their favourite instrument. A teacher represents the information in the pictograph shown.The teacher makes a mistake while representing the information:

• More number of students prefer piano than Tabla
• Less number of students prefer Keyboard than Tabla

If the total number of students showing preference for the 3 instruments remains the same, which of these could be the number of students who prefer Piano, Tabla and Keyboard?

(a) Piano = 4, Tabla = 3 and Keyboard = 2
(b) Piano = 64, Tabla = 48 and Keyboard = 32
(c) Piano = 48, Tabla = 64 and Keyboard = 32
(d) Piano = 68, Tabla = 48 and Keyboard = 36

Ans.9. (c) 15
Ans.10. (b) Piano = 64, Tabla = 48 and Keyboard = 32

Hint: Draw a pictograph in order to represent the given information using appropriate symbols.

Question.11. The number of sea animals in a sea animal aquarium are as shown.

• There are 40 star fish.
• The number of sea horse is half the number of star fish.
• There are 10 turtles.
• The number of sting ray is 10 more than the number of star fish.

Which pictograph correctly represents the number of sea animals in the aquarium?

(a) (b) (c) (d)

Question.12. The number of customers who visited a restaurant in the past 5 days is as shown.

• On Monday, 125 customers visited.
• The number of customers on Tuesday and Thursday is the same.
• On Wednesday, 100 more customers visited than on Monday.
• On Friday, the maximum number of customers visited.

Which of these can be the pictograph correctly representing the number of customers?

(a) (b) (c) (d)

Ans.11. (a) Ans.12. (b)

Hint: Observe bar graph in order to reason the information presented.

Question.13. The given bar graph shows the number of fruits sold by the fruit vendor in the last two weeks.How many more apples were sold than mangoes in the last two weeks?

(a) 150
(b) 250
(c) 400
(d) 650

Question.14. The bar graph shows the sales of candles in a fair in last five weeks.Which of these statements is correct?

(a) In odd number of weeks 150 less candles were sold than in even number of weeks.
(b) In the first three weeks 20 more candles were sold than in the last three weeks.
(c) In week 1, 120 more candles were sold than in week 6.
(d) A total of 1010 candles were sold in 6 weeks.

Ans.13. (a) 150
Ans.14. (a) In odd number of weeks 150 less candles were sold than in even number of weeks.

Hint: Choose an appropriate scale in order to represent a given information in the form of a bar graph.

Question.15. The table below shows the number of animals in a zoo.Which bar graph correctly represents the number of animals in the zoo?

(a) (b) (c) (d)

Question.16. The number of tractors sold in the past 5 months by a company is as shown.

• The number of tractors sold in March was 300.
• The number of tractors sold in May were the same as in March.
• The number of tractors sold in April was more than that in June.
• The maximum number of tractors were sold in July.

Given that the total number of tractors sold were 1800, which bar graph correctly represents the information?

(a) (b) (c) (d)

Ans.15. (b) Ans.16. (c)

Hint: Interpret bar graph in order to find the relevant information represented by the bar graph.

Question.17. The bar graph below shows the genres of movies preferred by a group of students.How many more students prefer drama than horror?

(a) 1
(b) 20
(c) 40
(d) 60

Question.18. Palak records the favourite fruit of a group of 330 students in the bar graph shown.If Palak made a mistake in recording the data, and the number of students whose favourite fruit is apple and guava is the same, how could the bar graph change?

(a) (b) (c) (d)

Ans.17. (b) 20
Ans.18. (c)