## Topic outline

• ### Data Handling (Pictograph)

• Data Handling

Pictograph

Many times we use picture or symbol to represent quantities of objects. Such representation is called pictograph. Pictograph makes information easy and clear to understand. Information that we collect is called data.

Example 1: Aditya decided to conduct a study on most popular car color. So he stood outside his house and recorded the observation about 50 cars passed from there.

This was what he observed.

Q1. How many cars did Aditya count?

Ans. 50

Q2. How many blue cars did Aditya count?

Ans. 5

Q3. How many green cars did Aditya count?

Ans. 12

Q4. What is the most popular color car according to his observation?

Ans. Red Car

Q5. What is the least popular color car according to his observation?

Ans. Black Car

Example 2: Ria interviews 20 people and asks them which ice-cream flavor is their favorite. She made a pictogram with the details she gathered:

Here is what she found.

Q1. Which ice cream flavor do you think is most popular choice?

Ans. Chocolate

Q2. Which ice cream flavor do you think is least popular choice?

Ans. Peach

Q3. How many people chose vanilla as their favorite ice cream flavor?

Ans. 3

Q4. How many people chose peach as their favorite ice cream flavor?

Ans. 1

Q5. Which ice cream flavor does you like the most?

Example 3:

Q1. How many tomatoes are there?

Ans. 4

Q2. Which kind of vegetable is maximum in number?

Ans. Potato

Q3. Which kind of vegetable is minimum in number?

Ans. Capsicum

Q4. What is the total number of vegetables?

Ans. 25