There are many methods to represent data. Here students will learn how to express data in a numerical figure. This type of representation is known as data handling. In this learning concept, students will learn about the introduction of data handling for class 2.
In this learning concept, students will learn
Each concept is explained to class 2 maths students using illustrations, examples, misconceptions, and mind maps. Students can assess their learning by solving the two printable worksheets at the page’s end.
Download the data handling worksheets for class 2 and check the solutions for the concept of data handling provided in PDF format.
Before discussing the table, we need to know about the data. The simplest way to collect data is observation. Data is a collection of numbers or measurements of things. Using table data can be represented in an easier way.
Example:
Example:
Example:
Sanju bought 78 pencils, 89 pens, 65 chalks, 73 dusters, 48 notebooks, 56 books, and 65 rubbers, for his stationary shop. Make a list of the things he has brought.
Answer:
Here is the list of things Sanju has brought.
Here it is explained with an example.
Example:
All the fruits that Ranju has in his basket are arranged in the below table.
Fruits | Numbers |
Apples | 18 |
Pears | 29 |
Oranges | 45 |
Pineapples | 13 |
Watermelons | 8 |
Guavas | 16 |
Grapes | 65 |
From the table answer the below questions.
Answer:
Fruits | Numbers |
Apples | 18 |
Pears | 29 |
Oranges | 45 |
Pineapples | 13 |
Watermelons | 8 |
Guavas | 16 |
Grapes | 65 |
From the table, we can see that there are 18 apples in the basket.
Fruits | Numbers |
Apples | 18 |
Pears | 29 |
Oranges | 45 |
Pineapples | 13 |
Watermelons | 8 |
Guavas | 16 |
Grapes | 65 |
There are 13 pineapples and 16 guavas in the basket.
Total 13 + 16 = 29
Fruits | Numbers |
Apples | 18 |
Pears | 29 |
Oranges | 45 |
Pineapples | 13 |
Watermelons | 8 |
Guavas | 16 |
Grapes | 65 |
The number of grapes from the table is 65 and the number of oranges is 45.
Difference = 65 – 45 = 20
Hence, there are 20 more grapes than oranges.
Tally Marks are used to make counting easier and it is a visual representation of data.
In the below table tally marks from 1 to 10 are shown.
Look at the picture and make a tally mark of it.
Answer:
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