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Reading of Pictographs / Making of Pictographs Worksheet
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1.
The pictograph shows the bottles Lee collected for recycling.  a. 3 bottles b. 2 bottles c. 18 bottles d. 1 bottle

#### Solution:

In the pictograph, the number of the bottles shown = 18 and the total number of bottles that Lee collected = 36

In the pictograph, the number of the bottles shown = 18 and the total number of bottles that Lee collected = 36 The ratio of number of bottles in the pictograph and the number of bottles that Lee collected is 18:36, that is 1:2. The ratio of number of bottles in the pictograph and the number of bottles that Lee collected is 18:36, that is 1:2.

Correct answer : (2)
2.
The pictograph shows the number of cookies were sold at a bakery last Monday. How many Triple Peanut and Oatmeal cookies were sold last Monday?

#### Solution:

In the graph, four cookies are shown under Triple Peanut cookies and three cookies are shown under Oatmeal cookies.

In the graph, four cookies are shown under Triple Peanut cookies and three cookies are shown under Oatmeal cookies.

Each cookie represents 25 cookies.
[In the pictograph, the key tells the number of cookies it represents.]

Each cookie represents 25 cookies.
[In the pictograph, the key tells the number of cookies it represents.]

The total number of Triple Peanut and Oatmeal cookies sold last Monday = Number of Triple Peanut cookies sold + Number of Oatmeal cookies sold

The total number of Triple Peanut and Oatmeal cookies sold last Monday = Number of Triple Peanut cookies sold + Number of Oatmeal cookies sold

= 25 × 4 + 25 × 3 = 100 + 75 = 175

= 25 × 4 + 25 × 3 = 100 + 75 = 175

So, total number of Triple Peanut and Oatmeal cookies sold last Monday is 175.

So, total number of Triple Peanut and Oatmeal cookies sold last Monday is 175.

Correct answer : (0)
3.
The pictograph shows the favourite sports. How many students choose Tennis as their favourite sport than Football?  a. 25 b. 10 c. 20 d. 5

#### Solution:

In the graph, five pictures are shown under the Tennis and three pictures are shown under Football.

In the graph, five pictures are shown under the Tennis and three pictures are shown under Football.

If each picture represents 5 students, then 5 pictures under Basketball represents 5 + 5 + 5 + 5 + 5 = 25 students and 3 pictures under Football represents 5 + 5 + 5 = 15 students.

If each picture represents 5 students, then 5 pictures under Basketball represents 5 + 5 + 5 + 5 + 5 = 25 students and 3 pictures under Football represents 5 + 5 + 5 = 15 students.

Number of students chose Tennis than Football = Number of students chose Tennis - Number of students chose Football

Number of students chose Tennis than Football = Number of students chose Tennis - Number of students chose Football

Number of students chose Tennis than Football = 20 - 15 = 5

Number of students chose Tennis than Football = 20 - 15 = 5

Therefore, 5 students chose Tennis as their favourite sport and Football.

Therefore, 5 students chose Tennis as their favourite sport and Football.

Correct answer : (4)
4.
Dorothy and her friends picked strawberries at a farm. The pictograph shows the number of strawberries each of them collected. How many strawberries did they have in all?  a. 30 b. 2 c. 10 d. 15

#### Solution:

In the given pictograph shown, there are 15 strawberries in all and each strawberry represents 2 strawberries.
Total number of strawberries = 15 × 2 = 30

In the given pictograph shown, there are 15 strawberries in all and each strawberry represents 2 strawberries.
Total number of strawberries = 15 × 2 = 30

Therefore, Dorothy and her friends had 30 strawberries in all.

Therefore, Dorothy and her friends had 30 strawberries in all.

Correct answer : (1)
5.
In a school, students elected votes for their favourite colored chocolates. Find the number of votes the students gave for Orange flavour chocolates than Vanilla flavour.  a. 30 votes b. 10 votes c. 15 votes d. 20 votes

#### Solution:

In the graph, 4 chocolates are shown under the Orange flavour and 3 chocolates are shown under the Vanilla flavour.

In the graph, 4 chocolates are shown under the Orange flavour and 3 chocolates are shown under the Vanilla flavour.

If each picture represents 20 votes , then the students gave 80 votes for Orange flavour and 60 votes for Vanilla flavour.
[There are 4 × 20 votes for Orange flavour and 3 × 20 for Vanilla flavour.]

If each picture represents 20 votes , then the students gave 80 votes for Orange flavour and 60 votes for Vanilla flavour.
[There are 4 × 20 votes for Orange flavour and 3 × 20 for Vanilla flavour.]

Number of votes students gave for Orange flavour than Vanilla = Number of votes students gave for Orange flavour - Number of votes students gave for Vanilla flavour

Number of votes students gave for Orange flavour than Vanilla = Number of votes students gave for Orange flavour - Number of votes students gave for Vanilla flavour

Number of votes students gave for Orange flavour than Vanilla = 80 - 60 = 20

Number of votes students gave for Orange flavour than Vanilla = 80 - 60 = 20

So, students gave 20 extra votes for Orange flavour chocolates than Vanilla.

So, students gave 20 extra votes for Orange flavour chocolates than Vanilla.

Correct answer : (4)
6.
The pictograph shows the number of balloons used at a birthday party. How many more blue color balloons were used than green color balloons?  a. 8 b. 2 c. 4 d. 7

#### Solution:

In the graph, 7 balloons are shown under the color Blue and 5 balloons are shown under the color Green.

In the graph, 7 balloons are shown under the color Blue and 5 balloons are shown under the color Green.

If each picture represents 4 balloons, then there are 28 blue balloons and 20 green balloons.
[There are 7 × 4 blue balloons and 5 × 4 green balloons.]

If each picture represents 4 balloons, then there are 28 blue balloons and 20 green balloons.
[There are 7 × 4 blue balloons and 5 × 4 green balloons.]

So, there are 8 more blue color balloons were used than green color balloons.

So, there are 8 more blue color balloons were used than green color balloons.

Correct answer : (1)
7.
How many balls does Raymond have? Use the pictograph to answer the question.  a. 23 b. 20 c. 25 d. 21

#### Solution:

In the given graph, each ball stands for 4 balls.

Number of balls with Raymond = 5 × (Number of full balls) + 1 × (Number of half balls)

= 5 × 4 + 1 × 1
[Substitute the values.]

= 20 + 1 = 21
[Multiply and add.]

So, Raymond has 21 balls.

Correct answer : (4)
8.
How many T - shirts does Kevin have? Use the pictograph to answer the question.  a. 25 b. 15 c. 20 d. 17

#### Solution:

In the given graph, each T - shirt stands for 4 T - shirts.

Number of T - shirts with Kevin = 3 × (Number of full T - shirts) + 1 × (Number of almost full T - shirts) + 1 × (Number of half T - shirts)

= 3 × 4 + 2 × 1 + 1 × 1
[Substitute the values.]

= 12 + 2 + 1 = 15
[Multiply and add.]

So, Kevin has 15 T - shirts.

Correct answer : (2)
9.
Identify who has 12 puppies from the given pictograph.  a. Lara b. Both Lara and Nancy c. Nancy d. Annie

#### Solution:

In the given graph, each full puppy represents 4 puppies.

So, 3 full puppies in the graph represents 12 puppies.
[Since 3 × 4 = 12.]

From the graph, Lara has 3 full puppies.

So, Lara has got 12 puppies.

Correct answer : (1)
10.
Find out the number of ice creams sold on Day 3 by using the pictograph.  a. 19 b. 18 c. 20 d. 21

#### Solution:

In the given graph, each cone stands for 4 ice creams sold.

Number of ice creams sold on Day 3 = 4 × (Number of ice creams that each cone with ice cream represents) + 1 × (Number of ice creams that each cone without ice cream represents)

= 4 × 4 + 1 × 2
[Substitute the values.]

= 16 + 2 = 18
[Multiply and add.]

So, 18 ice creams were sold on Day 3.

Correct answer : (2)

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