**Rd Sharma Solutions Class 6 Chapter 23 Data Handling – III Bar Graphs**

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**Data Handling – III (Bar Graphs) Exercise 23.1 Solution**

**Question no – (1) **

**Solution : **

**Let, A TV pic = 50 TV is**

Days |
Number of icons of T.V. |

Mon | 300/50 = 6 |

Tue | 400/50 = 8 |

Wed | 150/50 = 3 |

Thurs | 250/50 = 5 |

Fri | 100/50 = 2 |

Sat | 350/50 = 7 |

Sun | 200/50 = 4 |

**Now,**

Days |
Number of Icons |

Mon | 📺📺📺📺📺📺 |

Tue | 📺📺📺📺📺📺📺📺 |

Wed | 📺📺📺 |

Thurs | 📺📺📺📺📺 |

Fri | 📺📺 |

Sat | 📺📺📺📺📺📺📺 |

Sun | 📺📺📺📺 |

**Question no – (2) **

**Solution : **

**Let, 1 car icon = 5 Maruti**

Dealer |
No of cars sold icons |

Saya | 60/5 = 12 |

Bagga dinks | 40/5 = 8 |

D.D. Motors | 20/5 = 4 |

Bhasin Motor | 15/5 = 3 |

Competent Motors | 10/5 = 2 |

**Now, in pictograph,**

Dealer |
Number of cars sold icons |

Saya | 🚗🚗🚗🚗🚗🚗 |

Bagga dinks | 🚗🚗🚗🚗🚗🚗🚗🚗 |

D.D. Motors | 🚗🚗🚗🚗 |

Bhasin Motor | 🚗🚗🚗 |

Competent Motors | 🚗🚗 |

**Question no – (3) **

**Solution : **

The above information with help of a bar graph as follows :

**Question no – (4) **

**Solution : **

**(i)** The bar graph represents the no of tickets of different state batteries sold by an agent on a day.

**(ii)** 40 tickets of Assam state lottery were sold by the agent

**(iii)** The maximum no of tickets sold in Haryana state

**(iv)** The statement is False.

**(v)** Minimum no of tickets sold in Rajasthan state.

**Question no – (5) **

**Solution : **

**(i)** What is the percentage of the youngest age-group persons over those in the oldest age group?

Number of persons in youngest age group = 1400

Number of persons in oldest age group = 300

**∴** Difference

= (1400 = 300)

= 1100

Required percentage

= (1100/300 × 100)

= 366 2/3%

**(ii)** What is the total population of the town?

Total population of the town

= 1400 + 120 0 + 1100 + 1000 + 900 + 800 + 300 + 6700

**(iii)** In the age group 60 – 65 the no of persons are 800.

**(iv)** How many persons are more in the age-group living in the town?

Number of persons in the age group 50 – 15 = 1400

and, No of persons in the age group 30 – 35 = 1100

(1400 – 1100) = 300 more in the age group 10 – 15

**(v)** What is the age-group of exactly 1200 persons living in the town?

= 1200 people are living in the age group 20 – 25 years.

**(vi)** Total no of persons is 900 in age group 50 – 55.

**(vii)** 1400 persons living in the age group 10 – 15 and 800 persons living in the age

group 60 – 65

Total numbers,

= (1400 + 800)

= 2200

**(viii)** Here, the population decreases with the increase in the age group.

**Question no – (6) **

**Solution :**

**(i)** The bar graph represents the no of commercial banks in India during some years

**(ii)** The no of commercial banks in 1977 was 130.

**(iii)** No of commercial banks in 1969 = 90

**(iv)** The statement is **False.**

**Question no – (7) **

**Solution : **

Required Chart,

Marks | No of students |

0 – 9 | 27 |

10 – 19 | 12 |

20 – 29 | 20 |

30 – 39 | 24 |

40 – 49 | 17 |

**(i)** No of students who scores has been than 20 marks

= 27 + 12

= 39

Amount required to buy book

= (5 × 39) Rs

= 195 Rs

**(ii)** No of students in the highest mark group (40 – 49) is = 17

**∴** Money required

= (10 × 17)

= 170 Rs

**(iii)** No of students in the lowest mark groups (0 – 9) is = 27

**∴** No of Problems should = (5 × 27)

= 135

**(iv)** – **(a)** This statement is **(True).**

**(b)** This statement is **(False)**

**(v)** What is the number of students getting less than 20 marks?

**Solution:**

No of students getting less than 20 marks

= (27 + 12)

= 39

**(vi)** No of Students getting more than 29 marks

= (24 + 17)

= 41

**(vii)** No of students getting marks between 9 to 40

= 12 + 20 + 24

= 56

**(viii)** No of students belonging to the highest mark group 17,

**(ix)** No of students obtaining more than 19 marks

= (20 + 21 + 17)

= 61

**Question no – (8) **

**Solution : **

**(i)** What is the information given by the bar graph?

= The bar graph represents the number of government companies in India during years.

**(ii) (a)** The number of government companies in 1957 is that of 1982 is 1 : 9.

= **(False)**

**(b)** The number of government companies have decreased over the year 1957 to 1983.

= **(True)**

**Question no – (9) **

**Solution : **

**(i)** The bar graph represents information regarding rice and wheat production in various states.

**(ii)** The lowest producer rice is WB.

**(iii)** The lowest producer of wheat is up.

**(iv)** W.P has the total production of rice and wheat as its maximum.

**(v)** Maharashtra has the total production of wheat and rice is minimum.

**Question no – (10) **

**Solution : **

**(i)** No of students having highest more than 149 cm

= 17 + 9 + 5

= 31

Total students = 50

**∴** Percentage of students having highest more than 149 cm

= 31/50 × 100

= 62%

**(ii)** Total 5 students, in maximum highest range of the clan

= 160 – 164

**(iii)** No of students having highest less than 150 cm

= 7 + 12

= 19

**∴** Amount required,

= (19 × 55) Rs

= 1045 Rs

**(iv)** No of students in minimum highest range is 17.

**(v)** State whether true or false:

**(a)** This statement is __(True)__

**(b)** This statement is __(False)__

**(c)** This statement is __(True)__

**(d)** This statement is __(True)__

**(e)** This statement is __(False)__

**(f)** This statement is __(True)__

**Question no – (11) **

**Solution : **

**(i)** The bar graph represents industrial production of comet in different years in India.

**(ii)** The production of cement in the year 1980 – 21is 186 lakh tones.

**(iii)** The minimum highest of production 30 lakh tones.

= Maximum production 232 lakh tones.

**Question no – (12) **

**Solution : **

**(i)** Total no of newspapers published

= (3700 + 3400 + 700 + 200 + 1100)

= 9100

**(ii)** No of newspapers published in Hindi 3700

Total papers published = 14400

**∴** % of Hindi newspapers published

= 3700/14400 × 100

= 25.7 %

**(iii)** Excess no of newspapers which are published in

= English over Urdu

= (3400 – 700)

= 2700

**(iv)** Guajarati and Bengali, Marathi and Malayalam

**(v)** The smallest no of newspapers are published in Panjabi language.

**(vi)** Maximum no of newspaper published in Hindi language

**(vii)** English language

**(viii)** State whether true or false :

**(a)** This statement is **(True)**

**(b)** This statement is **(False)**

**Data Handling – III (Bar Graphs) Exercise 23.2 Solution**

**Question no – (2)**

**Solution : **

**(i)** The bar graph gives information regarding import and export from 1982 – 83 to 1986 – 87

**(ii)** Export is minimum in 1982 – 83

**(iii)** Import is maximum is 1986 – 87

**(iv)** 1886 – 87

**Question no – (3)**

**Solution : **

**(i)** The correct option is **(b)** VI, IX

**(ii)** The correct option is **(a)** VII

**(iii)** The correct option is **(b)** VII

**Question no – (4)**

**Solution : **

**(i)** The correct alternative is **(b)** 1997

**(ii)** The correct alternative is **(a)** 1996

**(iii)** The correct alternative is **(a)** 1995

**Question no – (5)**

**Solution : **

Scale 1 big divisions = 20 thousand tonnes

Let, take 1 division = 20 thousand tonnes.

Required Bar graph :

**Question no – (6)**

**Solution :**

Let, 1 division = 4 thousand application.

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