In the worksheet on pictograms, all students can practice the questions about handling data. This pictogram exercise sheet provides various questions about drawing a pictogram to represent the information that can be practiced by the students to get more ideas on how to represent the data according to the questions.
2. The following number of scooters were parked in a parking lot on different days. Draw a pictogram to represent the information:
Monday (30) Tuesday (25) Wednesday (35)
Thursday (fifteen) Friday (20) Saturday (40)
3. A survey found that the following number of students in a school use different brands of soaps. Form a pictogram to represent the data:
lux (100) Lifebuoy (50) Dove (60) Camay (70)
4. The following number of vehicles of a specific model were manufactured in 2000, 2001, 2002 and 2003. Draw a pictogram to represent the data:
5. The following fish were caught from a pond on different days. Draw the pictogram of it:
Monday (200) Tuesday (200) Wednesday (300)
Thursday (400) Friday (300) Saturday (500)
6. The following number of lightbulbs were sold in a store on different days. Form the pictogram of it:
Monday (50) Tuesday (30) Wednesday (50)
Thursday (40) Friday (60) Saturday (20)
7. Out of 100 students in a class, the following numbers passed in different subjects. Draw the pictogram of the dates:
8. From the given table, draw a pictogram indicating the number of students studying in different classes of a primary school:
9. Note the pictogram given and answer the questions.
(i) Which activity club has the maximum number of students?
10. Draw a pictogram for the given data with a suitable scale.
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Data processing worksheets
• Worksheet on pictograms.
• Worksheet for interpreting a pictogram
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4th grade math worksheets
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