**Topic: Data Analysis and Probability >> Draw and interpret picture graphs.**

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A survey conducted in a locality showed that 20 people like Jazz, 30 like Rap, 40 Pop, 20 Rock, 20 Classic, and 10 like Melody. Which graph represents the data correctly? | View Details |

At a sports club, 10 members like Apple, 30 like Mango, 40 like Banana, 50 like Apricot, 30 like Orange, and 30 like Pear. Which pictograph represents the data correctly? | View Details |

Choose the figure that shows 21 apples if | View Details |

Chris has a collection of coins in his piggy bank. Find the total number of coins in the piggy bank. | View Details |

Chris has a collection of coins in his piggy bank. How many less Nickels does he have than Pennies? | View Details |

Chris has a collection of coins in his piggy bank. Identify the type of coins that is least in number. | View Details |

Chris has a collection of coins in his piggy bank. Identify the type of coins that is most in number. | View Details |

Fifteen students were surveyed about their favorite sport and the results are shown in the table. Which sport was least popular? Use the pictograph to answer the question. | View Details |

Fifteen students were surveyed about their favorite sport and the results are shown in the table. Which sport was most popular? Use the pictograph to answer the question. | View Details |

How many like Baseball? Read from the pictograph. | View Details |

How many like Green Pista ice cream? Read from the pictograph. | View Details |

In St. Paul's Elementary School, 30 students like Apple, 40 like Mango, 40 like Banana, 30 like Apricot, 50 like Orange, and 20 like Pear. Which pictograph represents the data correctly? | View Details |

Irena and her friends picked balls from a sports club. The graph shows the number of balls each of them collected. Which girl had the least number of balls and how many did she have? | View Details |

Name the title of the graph? What does each half apple represent? | View Details |

Sally and her friends picked strawberries at a farm. The graph shows the number of strawberries each of them collected. How many strawberries does Cerise have? | View Details |

Sandra has 8 pear trees, 16 peach trees, and 12 orange trees in her backyard. Which pictograph correctly shows this data? | View Details |

Tanya and her friends picked flowers from a garden. The graph shows the number of flowers each of them collected. Which girl had the least number of flowers and how many did she have? | View Details |

The graph shows the number of cakes sold at a bakery during the first four months of the year. How many cakes were sold in all? | View Details |

The graph shows the number of oranges each student has collected. Who among them has equal number of oranges? | View Details |

The pictograph shows fish in three fish tanks in three houses. How many fish did the fish tank in house-1 have? | View Details |

The pictograph shows fish in three fish tanks in three houses. How many fish did the fish tank in house-1 have? | View Details |

The pictograph shows the bottles Ursula collected for recycling. How many bottles did she collect in all? | View Details |

The pictograph shows the favorite flavor of ice cream of grade 3 students. How many students like strawberry flavor? | View Details |

The pictograph shows the number of balloons used at a Christmas party. Find the total number of red and pink balloons used. | View Details |

The pictograph shows the number of balloons used at Belinda's birthday party. Find the total number of balloons used in the party. | View Details |

The pictograph shows the number of balloons used at Belinda's birthday party. Find the total number of pink and green balloons used. | View Details |

The pictograph shows the number of balloons used at Belinda's birthday party. Find the total number of yellow and blue balloons used. | View Details |

The pictograph shows the number of balloons used at Belinda's birthday party. Which colored balloons have a tie in their number? | View Details |

The pictograph shows the number of basket balls, volleyballs, footballs, and baseballs in a sports store. How many baseballs are there in the store? | View Details |

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

The pictograph shows the number of fish in four houses. How many more fish does House-4 have than House-2? | View Details |

The pictograph shows the number of fish in the fish tanks in four houses. Find the total number of fish in the fish tanks in House-4 and House-2. | View Details |

The pictograph shows the number of glasses of juices distributed at a party in Mr. and Mrs. Frank's house. How many more glasses of black currant were distributed than lemonade juice? | View Details |

The pictograph shows the number of ice creams distributed among Belinda's friends. How many more Black Currant ice creams than Chocolate Chip ice creams were distributed? | View Details |

The pictograph shows the number of ice creams distributed among Belinda's friends. How many more Vanilla ice creams than Strawberry ice creams were distributed? | View Details |

The pictograph shows the number of ice creams distributed among the third grade students. Which two distributed flavors were the same in number? | View Details |

The pictograph shows the number of ice creams distributed among the third grade students. Which two flavors distributed were the same in number? | View Details |

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

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

The pictograph shows the results of a survey conducted in a locality on favorite music. How many like Rap? | View Details |

The table shows number of ice creams John ate in 4 days. How many ice creams will he use to fill the 4^{th} day? | View Details |

The table shows the number of ice-creams John ate in 4 days. Use the table to find the number of ice-cream symbols that will complete the pictograph. | View Details |

The table shows the number of toys owned by 3 students. Subtract the number of toys owned by Cindy from that owned by Sarah and find the result. | View Details |

The tally chart shows the favorite flavor of ice-cream of several students. Use the tally chart to find the number of balls to be used to represent strawberry flavor in the pictograph. | View Details |

There are 10 basket balls, 25 volleyballs, 20 footballs, and 15 baseballs in a sports store. Which graph represents the data correctly? | View Details |

Use the pictograph shown to find how many liked butterscotch ice cream. | View Details |

Use the pictograph to answer the question. How many more students liked pear than apple? | View Details |

Use the pictograph to answer the question. Which fruit was least favored? | View Details |

Use the pictograph to answer the question. Which fruit was picked most often? | View Details |

Use the pictograph to answer the question. Which of the following is true? | View Details |

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