CBSE Class 6: Collection and Classification of Data Videos | Collection and classification of data
Collection and classification of data
This video explains the concept of Data, Ways of Data Collection and Classification of Data
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View All- Arrange the following raw data of marks obtained in Math out of 25 in year 2010 and represent in tabular form? 23,20,21,14,18,25,20,22,10,17 (a)Which student got the highest marks?
- Consider the following table: City Minimum Maximum Delhi 39^{o} 38^{o}c Mumbai 34^{o}c 35^{o}c Kolkata 35^{o}c 38^{o}c Chennai 38^{o}c 40^{o}c Jaipur 39^{o}c 42^{o}c What information is given in the table?
- Consider the following table and answer the questions that follow. Name of student Weight(kg) Anand 35 Aman 50 Raj 51 Raju 64 Sushma 38 Ritu 35 Sumit 40 Sonu 35 Ravi 30 Rohit 35 (a)Who is the heaviest among all students? (b) What is the most common weight?(c) What is the difference in weight between the heaviest and lightest student?
- Consider the table shown below: Name of student Weight(kg) Anand 35 Aman 50 Raj 51 Raju 64 Sushma 38 Ritu 35 Sumit 40 Sonu 35 Ravi 30 Rohit 35 (a) What is the number of rows and columns in the table? (b) Arrange the following data in ascending order according to age of students?
- The following table shows the mode of transport opted by various students while travelling from home to school. (a) Which is the most popular way of getting to school for primary pupils? (b) Which is the most common way of travelling to school for secondary pupils? (c) Which mode of transport is least popular amongst primary pupils?
- Make a list of 4 common pieces of data that can be organized from real life?
- Consider Standard VI of a school. There are four divisions in class VI of a school. Standard VI-A has 10 girls and 12 boys. Standard VI-B has 6 girls and 20 boys. Standard VI-C has 18 girls and 12 boys. Standard VI-D has 16 girls and 24 boys. (a) Tabulate the data? (b) Count the total number of boys and girls from each section?
- Classify the following data as primary or secondary. (a) Classifying date of birth of different students from class attendance register. (b) Collecting Name, roll number information from each individual.
- Many people visit Delhi every year. The exact visitor figures for 2009 and 2010 can be found in the table below. Use it to answer the questions given below. 2009 2010 Adults children adults children Jan 1050 900 2000 1000 Feb 2000 1100 2200 800 March 1200 1300 1200 1200 April 3000 780 1250 1000 May 3000 2900 3000 3000 June 1200 1200 3000 2000 (a) For both years, find the month(s) in which maximum adults visited. (b) For both years, find the month(s) in which maximum children visited. (c) For both years, find the month(s) in which the number of children and adults were the same.
- Read the given table and answer the questions that follow:- City Minimum Maximum Delhi 39^{o}C 38^{o}C Mumbai 34^{o}C 35^{o}C Kolkata 35^{o}C 38^{o}C Chennai 38^{o}C 40^{o}C Jaipur 39^{o}C 42^{o}C (a) Which cities have equal minimum temperature? (b) Which city has highest maximum temperature?