# KSEEB Solutions for Class 5 Maths Chapter 10 Data Handling

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## Karnataka State Syllabus Class 5 Maths Chapter 10 Data Handling

### KSEEB Class 5 Maths Data Handling Ex 10.1

1. Observe the pictograph and answer the questions • Number of Science books read Six
• Number of Kannada books read Four
• Number of Adventure books read Twelve
• Number of novels read Eight
• Total number of books read Thirty 2. The following pictograph shows the number of cars in 5 villages of a taluk. Observe the pictograph and answer the following questions:

• Which village has the maximum number of cars? Village 3
• Which village has the minimum number of cars? Village 1
• What is the total number of cars in five villages? 150 cars
• How many more cars are there in village 3 than in village 5? Twenty-five
• Which two villages have the same number of cars? Village 2 & 4

### Data Handling Additional Questions and Answers

1. A survey of sale of cars made by an agency for a particular month is an follows:  Question
Represent this data through a pictograph.
Answer:
Scale = 5 cars.

Answer the following questions:

Question
In which week were the maximum number of cars sold?
Answer:
First week Question
In which week were the minimum number of cars sold?
Answer:
Second week

Question
What is the difference in the number of cars sold in the third and fourth week?
Answer:
Five years

Question
What is the total number of cars sold in the month?
Answer:
110 cars Question
Arrange the number of cars sold in the descending order along with the week.
Answer:
Example:
35, 30, 25, 20
First Week

Question 3.
Ramu had 5 pens. 3 erasers, 6 books, 2 pencils and one sharpener in his bag.
Answer:
Write the data in tubular form and represent the same through a pictograph.   4. The number of bulbs manufactured in a week by a factory is given below. Draw a pictograph to represent the data. (Choose a suitable scale)   Bar Graphs

I. Read the bar graph and answer the given questions: Question
What is the information given in the bar graph?
Answer:
Days against Earnings of flourist in rupees Question
Mention the scale taken.
Answer:
50 flourist = 1 cm

Question
Mention the earnings on each day.
Answer:
First day – 300
Second day – 500
Third day – 200
Fourth day – 400
Fifth day – 350

Question
What is the total earnings in five days?
Answer:
1750 flourist in Rupees Question
What is the difference in the amount earned on the second day and the fifth day?
Answer:
150 flourist in Rupees

Question
Arrange the amount earned on each day in the descending order.
Answer:
500,400,350,300,200, 2nd day 4th day 5th day ! day 3rd day

2. Study the bar graph and answer the questions given.  Question
What is the information given in the bar graph?
Answer:
Saplings planted by a farmer against week

Question
Mention the scale taken.
Answer:
100 Plants = 1 week

Question
Mention the number of saplings planted in each week.
Answer:
First week – 700
Second week – 900
Third week – 500
Fourth week – 800
Fifth week – 600 Question
What is the total number of saplings planted in the five weeks?
Answer:
3500 saplings

Question
In which week did the farmer plant the maximum number of saplings?
Answer:
Second week

Question
In which week did he plant the minimum number of saplings?
Answer:
Third week 3. A survey of 120 school students was done to find the activity they prefer to do in their free time. Draw a bar graph to illustrate the above data.
Scale: 1 cm= 5 students

Question
Which activity is preferred by most of the students other than playing?
Answer:  4. The number of belts sold by a shopkeeper on six consecutive days of a week is as follows: Draw a bar graph to represent the data.
Scale : 1 cm = 5 belts

Question
What is the total number of belts sold in 6 days?
Answer:
175  5. The number of hours spent by a student on different activities in a day is given below. Represent the above data by a bar graph.
Scale: 1 cm = 1 hour  6. The following table shows the number of bicycles manufactured in a factory during the year 2005 – 2009. Illustrate the data using a bar graph.
(choose a suitable scale) Question a.
In which year was the maximum number of bicycles manufactured?
Answer:
2007 Question b.
In which year was the minimum number of bicycle manufactured?
Answer:
2008  