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### Problems on Pictographs

Consider some pictographs which give the information through images to represent the specific number of objects. Read the pictographs understand the information related to objects whose images/symbols are used in the table. Students have to answer the related questions on the basis of pictographs.

### Pictographs Questions

**Example 1:
**Suman wanted to survey his friends based on the favorite cake flavors. After the survey, the results are represented in a pictograph.

1. How many votes polled to the vanilla?

The votes polled for vanilla are 14.

2. How many votes polled to red velvet?

The votes polled for red velvet are 12.

3. How many more votes polled to vanilla than strawberry?

The more votes polled to vanilla than strawberry are 8 votes.

4. How many more votes polled to strawberry than chocolate?

The more votes polled to strawberry than chocolate are 2 votes.

5. How many votes polled to strawberry?

The votes polled to strawberry are 6.

**Example 2:
**After celebrating the birthday party Bhargav find out there were some bakery items left. He made the pictograph with the left bakery items?Â

**1. How many cakes are there?**

There are Six cakes.

2. How many more cupcakes are there than cakes?

There are three more cupcakes than cakes.

3. Which item count to 9?

Cupcakes count to 9.

4. How many macarons are there?

There are 7 macarons.

5. How many more cupcakes are there than cookies?

1 cupcake is more than a cookie.

**Example 3:
**A pie shop sells a variety of pies. The pictograph shows the sales of no of pies sold for each day in a week.

**
**1. How many more pies sold on Tuesday than Thursday?

20 more pies sold on Tuesday than Thursday.

2. Which day was the most pies sold?

Most pies sold on a Saturday.

3. which day minimum number of pies sold?

The minimum number of pies sold on Wednesday day.

4. How many pies were sold on Friday?

140 pies were sold on Friday.

5. How many pies were sold on Wednesday?

40 pies were sold on Wednesday.

**Example 4:**

Postman notes the no of letters delivered this week. Each symbol represents one letter. By observing the pictograph answer the questions?

1. How many letters the postman delivered on Monday?

The postman delivered Eight letters.

2. On what day the postman delivered the fewest letters and how many letters he delivered?

The postman delivered the Four letters on Thursday.

3. How many letters the postman delivered on Tuesday?

Six letters are delivered by the postman.

4. If the postman delivered six letters how many symbols would you draw?

If the postman delivered six letters the symbols would be six.

5. How many letters were delivered on Thursday?

Four letters were delivered on Thursday.

**Example 5:
**A shopkeeper maintains a record of how many red boxes sold every day. Below is the pictorial graph of the number of red boxes sold every day. Answer the questions based on the pictograph?Â Â

1. How many Red boxes sold on Tuesday?

Two Red Boxes sold on Tuesday.

2. On which day least number of red boxes sold?

The least number of red boxes sold on Saturday.

3. On which day Maximum number of red boxes sold?

The maximum number of red boxes sold on Friday.

4. On which day four red boxes were sold?

Four red boxes were sold on Monday.

5. On Tuesday how many red boxes were sold?

Two red boxes were sold on Tuesday

6. On Thursday how many red boxes were sold?

On Thursday five red boxes were sold.