Data Handling Class 6 Worksheets

Data Handling Class 6 Worksheets

Data Handling Class 6 Worksheets play a vital role in strengthening the maths concepts.

Data Handling Class 6 Worksheet 1 with Answers

1. The number of people who like a particular drink in a group is shown below.

 Name of the drink Tea Coffee Coca Juice Lemonade Number of people 18 12 24 12 6

Draw a pie chart to represent the given data.

2. The following data shows the number of items sold in a shop.

 Items Number of items Shirt 100 Sarees 120 Dresses 100 Caps 40 Socks 60

Draw a pie chart to represent the given data.

3. Draw a line graph for the following information.

 Name of city Pune Bangalore Nasik Hyderabad Shimla Chennai Distance from city A 200 900 300 800 2400 700

a. Which city is farthest from A?

b. Which is nearest to A?

4.  The temperature of a patient in Fahrenheit is as follows. Draw a line graph to express the same.

 Time 12 p.m. 1 p.m. 2 p.m. 4 p.m. 5 p.m. 6 p.m. temperature 120°F 104°F 103°F 101° F 101°F 100°F

5.  An investigator studied the reasons for unrest in an Indian University and the following figures were obtained

 Reasons Causes in percentage Academic 55 Inter-union riverly 15 Political 50 Economic 9

Display this information by a bar graph.

6. The following information gives number of days it rains in July in 20 cities. Tabulate this information.

18, 20, 16, 24, 30, 23, 24, 18, 16, 20, 25, 18, 16, 12, 13, 19, 20, 20, 28, 20

7. The number of students that like a particular form of art is given below. Draw pie chart for the same.

 Art Dance Drawing Singing Painting Playing instruments Number of students 6 12 9 3 6

a. Which form is most popular among children?

b. Which two forms are equally liked by children?

c. Which form is least likely among children?

Data Handling Class 6 Worksheet 2 with Answers

1. 60 students participated in various school events. Represent the given information on a line graph.

 Events Swimming Basketballs Elocution Cultural Quiz Number of students 14 16 8 10 12

2. The following table gives the family budget of Mr. Raman:

 Item Food Rent Clothing Education Savings Cost in Rs 4500 3000 2500 4000 1500

Represent the given data by a bar graph.

3. The following bar graph shows the favourite subjects of a few students. Answer the questions that follow.

a. Which subject is liked the most?

b. Which subject is liked the least?

c. How many students like Chemistry?

4. Percentage marks scored by 8 students A, B, C, D, E, F, G are shown below. Draw a bar graph to represent the given data.

 Students A B C D E F G H Marks in percentage 80 70 85 90 65 45 20 80

5. Represent the following data on a pie graph.

 Favourite food of students of class 6 Sweet corn Egg Paneer mutton chicken fish Number of students 150 100 200 200 250 100

6. Choose correct answer for each of the following.

The students of a class of a certain school opting for different games is given below.

 Game Cricket Hockey Badminton basketball football Name of students 27 36 90 54 18

a. If this data is represented on a bar graph the highest bar is of

ii. Cricket

iii. Football

b. If the above data is represented on a pie graph the angle representing the largest sector is equal to

i. 25°

ii. 35°

iii. 30°

iv. 144°

c. A graph of some given data represented by bars is called

i. pie graph

ii. line graph

iii. bar graph

iv. none of these

d. A collection of information in the form of numerical figures is called

i. data

ii. score

iii. tabulation

iv. graphs

Data Handling Class 6 Worksheet 3 with Answers

1. State whether the following statements are true or false:

a. In a bar graph, the width of the bars must be uniform.

b. A pie chart is represented using a square.

c. In a line graph, the data is plotted as points and the points are joined by curves.

2. Study the following bar graph showing the average production of a company in six consecutive years and answer the questions that follow.

a. In which year was the production maximum?

b. In which year was the production minimum?

c. What is the total production of years 1990 to 1993?

d. What can you predict about the production of 1994?

3. The marks in Mathematics of 15 children of a class are given below. Tabulate the information.

65, 50, 55, 65, 65, 70, 75, 48, 50, 90, 95, 80, 80, 95, 50

4. The following table shows the name of buildings and the number of floors in them.

 Name of buildings Ganga Poorna Kaveri Krishna Narmada Numbers of floors 8 16 18 20 24

Draw a bar graph, pie graph and a line graph using the given information.

5. Use the bar graph below and answer the questions.

a. How many students were absent for four days?

b. For how many days were the least number of students absent?

c. For how many days were 12 students absent?

6. Given below is a bar graph showing the number of students who like various subjects. Use this information and answer the following questions.

a. Which is the most liked subject?

b. Which is the least liked subject?

c. How many students like History?

a. When numerical data is represented by sectors of a circle, it is called a

i. line graph

ii. pie chart

iii. bar graph

iv. none of these

b. If there are 60 students in a class and in the pie chart showing their favourite subjects, Maths gets 40% weightage, how many children like Maths?

i. 30

ii. 18

iii. 24

iv. 6

c. Vidya spends ₹ 1000 on purchasing a bag,  800 on a dress and  200 on a book. ln the pie chart, what angle will the purchase of a bag get?

i. 180°

ii. 120°

iii. 90°

iv. 45°

d. In a pie chart, a sector of 144° represents the savings from salary. If the salary is  25,000, what are the savings?

i.  1000

ii.  10000

iii.  4000

iv.  5000

e. In a pie chart, the sum of the angles in various categories is always ____ degrees.

i. 240

ii. 360

iii. 120

iv. 300

Worksheet 1

1. Do it yourself

2. Do it yourself

3. a. Shimla     b. Pune

4. Do it yourself

5. Do it yourself

6.

 No. of days No. of cities 12 1 13 1 16 3 18 3 19 1 20 5 23 1 24 2 25 1 28 1 30 1

7. a. Drawing

b. Dance and Playing instruments

c. Painting

Worksheet 2

1. Do it yourself

2. Do it yourself

3. a. Maths     b. Biology

c. 35 students

4. Do it yourself

5. Do it yourself

6. a. i            b. iv

c. iii          d. i

Worksheet 3

1. a. True      b. False

c. False

2. a. 1993      b. 1990

c. 1,35,000

d. It will be more than 50,000

3. Do it yourself

4. Do it yourself

5. a. 8 students   b. For 2 days

c. For 8 days

6. a. Maths         b. English

c. 9 students

7. a. ii           b. iii

c. i            d. ii

e. ii

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