# AP Board 5th Class Maths Solutions 7th Lesson Data Handling

Andhra Pradesh AP Board 5th Class Maths Solutions 7th Lesson Data Handling Textbook Exercise Questions and Answers.

## AP State Syllabus 5th Class Maths Solutions Chapter 7 Data Handling

One day Class-V teacher Mrs. Lakshmi collected the data about their favourite flower from the students. One student noted the data on the black board as follows.

Rose, Rose, Marigold, Jasmine, Rose, Marigold, Rose, Lily, Rose, Jasmine, Rose, Marigold, Jasmine. Rose, Jasmine, Marigold, Jasmine, Rose, Rose, Jasmine, Rose. Marigold, Rose, Marigold, Marigold, Rose, Marigold, Rose, Lily, Rose.

Complete the table by using the above data:

Question 1.
What flower is liked by most of the students?
Rose flower is liked by most of the students.

Question 2.
How many children liked rose flower?
14 children liked rose flower.

Question 3.
Which flower is liked by less in number of students?
Lilly flower is liked by less in number of students.

II. Observe the following pictograph and fill the columns.

= 5 members

Question 1.

Question 2.
Which game was played by most of the players ?
Kho-Kho was played by most of the players.

Question 3.
Which game was played by only 10 members?
Tennicoit was played by only 10 members.

III. Pochaiah, Solman, Lingaiah, Kareem and Veeresam are fishermen in Tallarevu village. The number of the fish caught by them is given in the table. Draw a pictograph for the given datAnswer:

= 10 i.e., picture of one fish represents 10 fish.

a) How many fish Pochaiah caught more than Lingaiah ?
Fish caught by Pochaiah = 90
Fish caught by Lingaiah = 80
Difference = 10

∴ Pochaiah caught 10 more fishes than Lingaiah.

b) Is the number of fish caught by Lingaiah is equal to the total number of fish caught of Kareem and Veeresam?
Yes, the number of fish caught by Lingaiah is equal to the total number of fish caught 5 by Kareem and Veeresam.

c) How many fish pictures can you draw for Veeresam? Why ?
5 fish pictures can be draw for veeresam each fish picture = 10 fishes.

d) Number offish pictures equal to 100 fishes are _________
100 fishes = 10 fish pictures.

IV. Class 5 students prepared data on players of different games in their school as shown below.

We can represent the data in both horizontal and vertical bars.

a) How many players are there in the ground?
Totally 100 + 100 = 200 players are there in the ground.

b) The difference between number of players played kho-kho and tennicoit is equal to which game?
No. of players played kho-kho = 40
No. of players played tennicoit = 10
Difference = 40 – 10 = 30
The difference between these players is equal to cricket game.

c) Which game has 40 players ?
Kho-Kho has 40 players.

d) “How many times” of number of tennicoit players is equal to number of kabbadi players?
4 times of number of tennicoit players is equal to number of kabbadi players.

V. Rajani wants to compare her height with her four friends. She measured their heights and made a note like this.
Rajani – 120 cm
Rafi – 160 cm
Ramesh – 140 cm
Rosy – 140 cm
Rani – 160 cm
Help her to draw bar diagram.

a) Who is the shortest person?
Rajani is the shortest person.

b) How much more heights is Rafi to Rajani?
Height of Rafi = 160 cm
Height of Rajani = 120 cm
Difference = 40 cm

40 cm more height is Rafi to Rajani.

c) Who is equal in height to Rajani?
No one is equal to Rajani’s height.

d) How much more height is Rajani than Rosy?
20 cm more height is Rajani than Rosy.

VI. One day Rani collected the data of temperatures of 5 Major Cities from news papers. Prepare a bar diagram to the data and prepare 4 questions.

Prepare a bar graph.

1. In which city temperature is less noted?
2. Name the cities which are equal in temperature.
4. How much move temperature is kurnool to Vijayawada?

Exercise 1:

Question 1.
Parvathi collected the data of pet animals from her friends and recorded it in a table. She displayed the table in the class room.

Question 1.
Which animal is petted more in number?
Hen is petted more in number

Question 2.
Which animal is petted less in number?
Cat is petted less in number

Question 3.
How many students have goat as a pet animal?
10 members have goat as a pet animal.

Question 4.
How many students have dog as a pet animal?
6 members have dog as a pet animal.

Question 2.
The following table shows the number of tiles in different colours.

Make a pictograph using the data and prepare some questions.

Questions :
1. Which coloured blocks are more ?
2. What is the difference between white and blue coloured blocks ?
3. Which coloured blocks are less ?

Question 3.
Ravi maintains a provisional store in Parvatipuram. He recorded the quantities of goods and items in his shop daily. One day he records the quantities of rice, wheat, red gram and sugar as shown below.

Now prepare a bar diagram to the given data and followed by some questions.