CHAPTER 14 SMART CHARTS. SYNOPSIS. 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. Collection of Data.
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CHAPTER 14SMART CHARTS
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 ?
Which are more – children making the sets or those acting ?
What is being done by most of the children?
How many children are collecting dresses?
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?
b)Who do not like to get wet in the rain?