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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
[Add.]

So, Irena collected 18 bottles for recycling.


Correct answer : (2)
 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.


Correct answer : (1)
 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.


Correct answer : (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.


Correct answer : (1)

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