# Data and Graphs Worksheet-1

Data and Graphs Worksheet-1

1. The picture graph below shows the number of Shirts ordered in each size in one week.

Key: = 3 shirts

Which size of shirts were ordered exactly 15 shirts?

(a) Small            (b) Medium      (c) Large            (d) Extra Large

1. The pictograph below shows the amount of money each class raised for an animal shelter.

If IV class raised Rs. 200 and VI class raised Rs. 300, how much money does one represent?

(a) Rs. 10           (b) Rs. 40          (c) Rs. 50           (d) Rs. 100

1. The table below shows the number of Rs. 5, Rs. 2 and Rs. 1 coins in Guru’s purse.

Which pictograph matches the facts given in the table?

(a)

(b)

(c)

(d)

1. The line plot below shows how students scored on last week’s maths test.

How many students scored 95 or higher on the test?

(a) 5 students                                (b) 7 students

(c) 12 students                               (d) 16 students

1. A pictorial representation of data is called

(a) pictograph                               (b) different graph

(c) attractive graph                      (d) none

1. If stands for 30, then will stand for ...........

(a) 6                    (b) 10                  (c) 12                  (d) 26

The question is based on this table and pictograph which show the number of school teachers in some towns. (Q.-7,8)

1. How many school teachers does J represent?

(a) 500               (b) 600               (c) 700               (d) 800

1. Which of the following is the correct representation of the number of school teachers in Delhi?

(a)

(b)

(c)

(d)

1. If represents 5 balloons, then number of symbols to be drawn to represent 60 balloons is

(a) 5                    (b) 60                 (c) 10                  (d) 12

1. The pictograph given below shows how many letters were collected from a post box on each of the days of a certain week.

On which day were the minimum number of letters collected?

(a) Tuesday                                    (b) Wednesday

(c) Friday                                       (d) Saturday