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# Tally Chart Worksheet - Page 6

Tally Chart Worksheet
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51.
The pictograph shows the bottles Irena collected for recycling. How many bottles did she collect in all?

 a. 12 b. 18 c. 19 d. 17

#### Solution:

The pictograph shows 7 green bottles, 5 brown ones, and 6 clear ones.

The total number of bottles that Irena collected for recycling = 7 + 6 + 5.

= 18

So, Irena collected 18 bottles for recycling.

52.
The pictograph shows the bottles Tommy collected for recycling. Which colored bottles collected were less in number?

 a. brown b. blue c. clear d. green

#### Solution:

The pictograph shows 7 green bottles, 5 brown ones, and 6 clear ones.

So, brown bottles were less in number.

53.
The pictograph shows the number of juice glasses distributed at a party in Mr. and Mrs. William's house. How many glasses of orange juice were distributed?

 a. 3 b. 2 c. 4 d. 5

#### Solution:

In the pictograph, the number of glasses of lemonade juice is 3, that of orange juice is 2 and that of black currant is 4.

So, the number of glasses of orange juice that were distributed is 2.

54.
The pictograph shows the number of candies each child ate. Jeff ate 2 candies. Which figure would replace the ? in the pictograph?

 a. Figure 3 b. Figure 1 c. Figure 4 d. Figure 2

#### Solution:

The key on the pictograph says that each candy bar symbol stands for 4 candy bars.

Jeff ate 2 candies.
2 candies = half of 4 candies.
So, dividing the candy symbol into two equal halves will help us.
[Each half will represent 2 candies.]

Among the figures shown, only Figure 3 shows half a candy. So, Figure 3 would replace the ? in the pictograph.