Data Handling Worksheet for Class 3
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students. This assesses the preparation of the students. Students can assess
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Data Handling Worksheet for Class 3
1. Ice creams were distributed among the students of a class. Answer
the following questions based on the given pictograph.
a. Which ice cream flavour is distributed the most?
b. Which ice cream flavour is
distributed the least?
c. How
many chocolate ice creams are distributed?
d. How
many vanilla ice creams are distributed?
2. The following pictograph shows the number of flowers in a garden.
Answer the following questions based on the given pictograph.
a. Which flowers are the least in number? How many are there?
b. Which flowers are the most in number? How many
are there?
c. There are 18 flowers of the same
colour. What is the colour of the flowers?
d. How many blue flowers are there?
e. How many fewer purple flowers are there than red flowers?
3. The trees in a particular area of a forest were represented in a pictograph. The area was divided into five sections A, B, C, D and E. Answer the following questions based on the given pictograph.
Area |
Number of trees |
A |
Î” Î” Î” Î” Î” |
B |
Î” Î” Î” Î” Î” Î” Î” Î” Î” Î” |
C |
Î” Î” Î” Î” |
D |
Î” Î” Î” Î” Î” Î” Î” Î” |
E |
Î” Î” Î” Î” Î” |
Each Î” represents 50 trees.
a. In which area the number of trees are maximum?
b. In which area the number of trees are minimum?
c. How many trees are there in area D?
d. In which two areas the number of trees are equal?
e. How many trees are there in area B?
4. The following bar graph shows the number of
activities done in a class during a week. Answer the following questions.
a. On which day did the students do the highest number of activities?
b. On which day did the students do the least number of
activities?
c. How many activities are done on Wednesday?
d. How many activities are done on Friday?
e. How many total activities are done during the week?
5. Aman draws a bar graph using the marks of his 4 subjects in a unit test out of 25 marks. The bar graph is shown below. Answer the following questions based on this bar graph.
a. In which subject did he score the best marks and how much?
b. In which subject did he score the least marks and how much?
c. How many marks did he score in science?
d. In which two subjects did he score the same marks?
6. The following table shows the number of chocolates sold by a shop in a particular week.
Day |
Mon |
Tue |
Wed |
Thu |
Fri |
Sat |
No of chocolates |
40 |
35 |
45 |
30 |
50 |
45 |
Draw a bar graph to represent the
above data.
7. The 50 students of a class are asked about
their favourite food items and the result is as recorded in the table given
below.
Food items |
Pizza |
Burger |
Pastry |
Samosa |
Maggi |
Cowmen |
No of students |
7 |
10 |
8 |
6 |
10 |
9 |
Represent the above data using a bar
graph.
8. A group of 100 people are asked about their
favourite seasons and result is recorded in a table as follows.
Seasons |
Winter |
Summer |
Monsoon |
No of people |
50 |
20 |
30 |
Draw a bar graph to represent the
above data.
9. The following table shows the number of coolers sold in a shop in
5 days.
Day |
Number
of coolers sold |
Monday |
5 |
Tuesday |
8 |
Wednesday |
6 |
Thursday |
4 |
Friday |
7 |
Draw a pictograph to represent the above data.
10. The following table shows the favourite subjects of the 50 students of class 3.
Subject |
Number
of students |
Maths |
15 |
Science |
12 |
English |
10 |
SST |
8 |
GK |
5 |
Draw a pictograph to represent the above data.
ANSWERS
1. a. Chocolate b. Strawberry
c. 14 d. 10
2. a. Orange; 6
b. Red; 27
c. Yellow
d. 12 flowers
e. 6 flowers
3. a. Area B
b. Area C
c. 400 trees
d. Areas A and D
e.
500 trees
4. a. Tuesday
b. Thursday
c. 7 activities
d. 5 activities
e. 38
activities
5. a. Maths; 24 marks
b. SST and English; 12 marks
c. 16 marks
d. SST and
English
6. Do it yourself
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10. Do it yourself
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