# AP Board 3rd Class Maths Solutions 7th Lesson Data Handling

Andhra Pradesh AP Board 3rd Class Maths Solutions 7th Lesson Data Handling Textbook Exercise Questions and Answers.

## AP State Syllabus 3rd Class Maths Solutions Chapter 7 Data Handling

Textbook Page No. 90

I. Observe the above picture and answer the following questions.

Question 1.
What do you observe in the picture?
Shop keepers and children Toys shop, Toys

Question 2.
How many toy cars are there ?
9 toys

Question 3.
How many toy elephants are there?
2 toys

Question 4.
How many toy buses are there ?
3 toys

Question 5.
How many toy aeroplanes are there?
3 toys

II. Ramana bought some toys. The toys he bought and their numbers are shown below in the table.

Observe the following table count the number of toys he bought.

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a) Which toys are bought highest in number?
Teddy bear toys

b) How many teddy bears have they bought?
6 toys

c) How many aeroplanes are they bought ?
3 toys

d) Which toys are bought least in number ?
House toys

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III. Using tally marks :

After buying the toys, we left the shop to see the Jatara. On the way, we saw another shop. There people are shooting balloons with a toy gun.

We showed interest to play it. Tatayya bought tickets. Each one has a chance to shoot 5 times on one ticket. All of us played the game with joy.

The result are shown in the table given below.
‘ ✓’ mark indicates a balloon shot and ‘✗’ indicates failed one.
Note: Each successful shot, ‘ ✓’ can be recorded by uisng tally marks (|)

Observe the table and answer the following questions:

Question 1.
a) Who successfully shot the highest number of balloons?
Sai

b) How many?
4 balloons

Question 2.
How many balloons Srikari shot?
2 balloons

Question 3.
How many less balloons did Srikari shot than Sai?
4 – 2 = 2 balloons less

Question 4.
Who shot the equal number of balloons?
Ramana and Srikan

Question 5.
What is the least number of balloons shot successfully?
Kavya

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Question 4.
Count the fruits in the given box. Put tally marks in the second column and write the number in third column.

Question 1.
Which fruit is more in number?
Mango is more in number

Question 2.
Which fruit is less ¡n number?
Watermelon is less in number.

Question 3.
Write the names of the fruits from least to highest by number.
Watermelon, papaya, custard apple, Apple, Pine Apple, Orange, Guava and Mango.

IV. when we pass through Jatara, I saw plastic waste thrown everywhere. I remembered teacher’s words about “SWATCHA BHARATH’. I told the people there to keep the premises clean. They praised me.

Then we all collected the littered plastic material and thrown into a dustbin.
I made a list of those plastic material on a paper. ¡t is as followed.

Represent the data in tally marks and write their number.

Question 1.
How many bottles are there in our waste – plastic litter collection?
Three bottles

Question 2.
Which items are large in number?
Water packets

Question 3.
Which items are less in number?
Biscuit covers

Question 4.
How many biscuit packet covers have we collected?
1

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Project Work:
Collect the data from your classmates about the game they favour most. Record them using tally marks.

1. How many children like cricket?
2. Which is the most favourite game and how many children liked it?
3. Which is the least favourite game and how many children liked it?
4. What is the total number of participants in your project?

Multiple Choice Questions
I. In the following table, in a school the study of class-3 were asked to name this favourite food.

Question 1.
Which food is liked by the least number of students? ( )
A) Sandwich
B) Dosa
C) Noodles
D) None
C) Noodles

Question 2.
Which food is liked by the most of the students? ( )
A) Sandwich
B) Dosa
C) Noodles
D) None

Question 3.
How many students are there in class-3 ( )
A) 7
B) 11
C) 4
D) 22