# Worksheet on Representation of Tabular Data | Tabular Presentation of Data Worksheet

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## Representing Data Using Table Worksheets

Example 1.
The following table shows the number of glass paintings, oil paintings, and acrylic paintings sold in the three days of the exhibition.

Days Glass Paintings Oil Paintings Acrylic Paintings
1 25 15 10
2 30 23 40
3 18 35 30

1. Total no. of all paintings were sold on the first day of the exhibition?
2. Find the total no. of glass paintings sold in the three days?
3. On the second day of the exhibition, which paintings sold the maximum?
4. which paintings are sold minimum on the third day?
5. On the first day, which paintings are sold maximum?

Solution:

1. Total no. of all paintings were sold on the first day of the exhibition is 25+15+10=50.
2. The total no. of glass paintings sold in the three days is 25+30+18=73.
3. Acrylic paintings are maximum sold on the second day.
4. glass paintings are sold minimum on the third day.
5. glass paintings are sold maximum on the first day.

Example 2.
The following table shows the number of cars manufactured by the company and company B in 4 years.

Years Company A Company B
1 200 150
2 250 280
3 300 300
4 350 400

1. How many cars were manufactured by both the companies in the 4th year?
2. In which year are the cars manufactured by both the companies are same?
3. which company manufactured fewer cars in the 2nd year?
4. How many no. of cars were manufactured by company b in all the 4 years?
5. which of the following statement is true?
a. In the first two years, company A manufactured more cars than company B?
b. In the first two years, company A manufactured fewer cars than company B?

Solution:

1. The no. of cars manufactured by both the companies in the 4th year is 750.
2. In the third year, the cars manufactured by both companies are the same.
3. Company A manufactured fewer cars in the 2nd year.
4. no. of cars were manufactured by company b in all the 4 years is 1130.
5. a is true

Example 3.
The data on the age of students selected for singing in the contest is arranged in the tabular form?

Age 4-6 7-9 10-12 13-15 16-18
No. of people 5 15 35 48 58

1. No. of people selected for the singing competition in the age group 4-6?
2. No. of people selected for the singing competition in the age group 10-12?
3. Fid the no. of people selected for the singing competition in the age group 10-12 than 7-9?
4. which age group is selected maximum in the singing competition?
5.Â  which age group is selected minimum in the singing competition?

Solution:

1. No. of people selected for the singing competition in the age group 4-6 is 5.
2. No. of people selected for the singing competition in the age group, 10-12 is 35.
3. Total no. of people selected for the singing competition in the age group 10-12 than 7-9 is 35-15=20.
4. 16-18 age group is selected maximum in the singing competition.
5. 4-6 age group is selected minimum in the singing competition.

Example 4.

Name Age Qualification Salary Hobbies
Anil 24 BTech 35000 Cricket
Vijay 28 BSC 40000 Singing
Harsha 24 MBA 25000 Dancing
Sunil 32 MCA 100000 Cricket
Ranjith 30 MCA 70000 cricket
Sudheer 30 BTech 60000 Singing

1. Find out how many persons have age more than 29 and whose salary is more than 50,000?
2. How many persons have age below 30 and salary less than 38000?
3. How many persons studied BTech?
4. How many persons have cricket as a hobby?
5. Name the persons who have singing as a hobby?

Solution:

1. Three persons Sunil, Ranjith, and Sudheer have an age of more than 29 and a salary is more than 50,000.
2. Three persons named Anil, Vijay, and Harsha have ages below 30 and salaries less than 38000.
3. Two persons Anil and Sudheer studied BTech.
4. Three persons Anil, Sunil, and Ranjith have cricket as a hobby.
5.Vijay and Sudheer have singing as a hobby.

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Example 5.
Following are the marks obtained by the 40 students in Science. Arrange the data in increasing order and Represent it in the table using the tally form to show how many students have a given number of marks?

1. How many students obtained more than 7 marks?
2. How many students obtained 5 marks?
3. How many students obtained 8 marks?

Solution:

1. No. of students obtained more than 7 marks are 5.
2. No. of students obtained 5 marks are 8.
3. No. of students obtained 8 marks are 5.

Example 6.
Jaya counted the different coloured dresses that she has in the cupboard with the following results:
Red, Black, Green, Red, White, Blue, Yellow, Red, Blue, White
Make a tally of Jaya’s results.
1. How many Red dresses does she has?
2. How many white dresses does Jaya have?
3. How many yellow dresses does Jaya have?

Solution:

1. No.of red dresses Jaya has are 3 dresses.
2. No. of white dresses Jaya has are 2 dresses.
3. No. of yellow dresses Jaya has are 1 dress.

Example 7.
Following are the different colour cars sold in the showroom in a week. Arrange the data in increasing order and Represent it in the table using the tally form to show how many cars have sold?
Black, Red, Black, Yellow, White, Red, White, Blue, Black, Red, Red, green, White, Blue, Black
1. How many Red colour cars are sold?
2. How many blue colour cars are sold?
3. How many white colour cars are sold?

Solution:

1. Four red colour cars are sold.
2. Two blue colour cars are sold.
3. Three white colour cars are sold.

Example 8.
Following are the different flavour ice creams sold in the evenings. Use the information from the tally chart to answer the questions.

1. How many vanilla ice creams are sold?
2. How many Butterscotch ice creams are sold?
3. How many chocolate ice creams are sold?

Solution:

1. Four vanilla ice creams are sold.
2. Eight butterscotch ice creams are sold.
3. Nine Chocolate icecreams are sold.

Example 9.
Following are the items sold in the bakery. Use the information from the tally chart to answer the question.

1. How many Rolls are sold in the bakery?
2. How many Buns are sold in the bakery?
3. How many muffins are sold in the bakery?

Solution:

1. 5 rolls are sold in the bakery.
2. 7 buns are sold in the bakery.
3. 9 muffins are sold in the bakery.

Example 10.
Following is the data of boys and girls in the class. Using this information answer the questions?

1. How many girls are there in class X?
2. How many boys are there in class V?
3. How many students are there in class VII?

Solution:

1. There are 15 girls in class X.
2. There are 10 boys in class V.
3. There are 16 boys+10 girls=26 students in class VII.

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