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CHAPTER 14 SMART CHARTS

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CHAPTER 14SMART CHARTS

- Collection of data
- Representation of data through pictograph
- Represent the data graphically as
- 1.bar graph
- 2.pie-charts
- Draw inferences
- Interpret the given pictograph

- Number of students in different classes of a school is collected.
- Presentation of Data

The above data is represented as a bar graph.

The above data is represented as a pie chart

Class IV 40 students

Class II 40 students

A chart showing number of children participating in different activities in connection with a class drama is given below.

Thisshows 3 children

How many children are action in the drama ?

9

Which are more – children making the sets or those acting ?

Acting

What is being done by most of the children?

Playing music

How many children are collecting dresses?

6

Ask the members in your family to name one programme they like and one programme they dislike.

Who likes to get wet rain? A child made this “Chapati Chart”(Pie chart)after asking his friends.

How many children like to wet in the rain ?

a) half b) one-fourth c) three- fourth

How many children do not like to get wet in the rain?

a) half b) one-fourth c ) three- fourth

If the number of children in the class is 36 ,then tell the number of children:

a) who like to get wet in the rain?

27

b)Who do not like to get wet in the rain?

9