Balbharti Maharashtra Board Class 5 Maths Solutions Chapter 14 Pictographs Problem Set 52 Textbook Exercise Important Questions and Answers.

## Maharashtra State Board Class 5 Maths Solutions Chapter 14 Pictographs Problem Set 52

Question 1.
Stocks of various types of grains stored in a warehouse are as given below. Make a pictograph based on the information given.

 Grain Sacks Rice 40 Wheat 56 Bajra 8 Jowar 32

Scale :1 picture = 8 sacks

Question 2.
Information about the various types of vehicles in Wadgaon is given below. Make a pictograph for this data.

 Types of vehicles Number Bicycles 84 Automatic two-wheelers 60 Four-wheelers (cars/jeeps) 24 Heavy vehicles (truck, bus, etc.) 12 Tractors 24

Question 3.
The numbers of the various books kept in a cupboard in the school library are given below. Make a pictograph showing the information given.

 Type of book Number Science 28 Sports 14 Poetry 21 Literature 35 History 7

Activity
Collect information based on the points given below and make a pictograph for each.

• Which crops are grown on the farms owned by students in your class? (Vegetables, grains, pulses, fruits, etc.)
• Which storybooks do your classmates like? (fairytales, stories about kings and queens, historical stories, stories about saints, picture stories, etc.)
• What do your classmates want to be when they grow up ? (doctor, teacher, farmer, engineer, officer, etc.)

Solve the following

Question 1.
Information regarding the number of pages of novel book read in different days by Rosi are as follows. Make a pictograph showing the information given.

 Days 1st day 2nd day 3rd day 4th day Pages 60 40 30 20

Question 2.
Different types of currency notes had with Shamin are as follows. Make a pictograph showing the information given.

 Types of Notes ₹ 500 ₹ 100 ₹ 50 ₹ 10 Number of Notes 8 10 6 4

Question 3.
Different types of colour of scooters sold by a merchant are as follows. Make a pictograph showing the data given.

 Colour White Red Black Yellow No, of scooters sold 6 9 12 3

Question 4.
Ajhount of sales of goods in rupees for the first four days of a week are as follows. Make a pictograph from the information given below.

 Days Marks Monday ₹ 150 Tuesday ₹ 200 Wednesday ₹ 250 Thursday ₹ 100