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(1) Mr. Raju Has a Small Toy Shop. On a Friday Evening, Here Are the Numbers of the Different Toys He Sold

Table 1 Supporting: (1) Mr. Raju has a small toy shop. On a Friday evening, here are the numbers of the different toys he sold.

Tablutation of: Toys sold,

Toys sold

Train

Bus

Truck

(a) How many trucks did Mr. Raju sell?

(b) Which toy was the most sold toy?

(c) How many more trucks than train were sold?

(d) The number of buses sold the number of Trucks sold the number of trains sold

(2) the Table below Shows the Number of Students Who Attend Mr. Bhatt’S Motivational Class on Different Days of the Week

Table 2 Supporting: (2) The table below shows the number of students who attend Mr. Bhatt’s motivational class on different days of the week.

Tablutation of: Number of Students

Number of Students

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

(a) On which day does Mr. Bhatt get the most students?

(b) On which two days do the same numbers of students go to Mr. Bhatt’s class?

(c) How many more students attend on Thursday than on Monday?

(3) Here Are the Number of Medals the Five Best Students of Class 5 Won. Each

Illustration 1 for (3) Here are the number of medals the five best students of Class 5 won. Each  represents one medal.

Illustration 1 for (3) Here Are the Number of Medals the Five Best Students of Class 5 Won. Each Represents One Medal.

Represents One Medal

Illustration 2 for (3) Here are the number of medals the five best students of Class 5 won. Each  represents one medal.

Illustration 2 for (3) Here Are the Number of Medals the Five Best Students of Class 5 Won. Each Represents One Medal.

(a) Who won the most medals?

(b) Who won fewer medals – Pavan or Mahi?

(c) In all, how many medals did Rehana and Dev win?

(4) Here Are the Number of Medals the Five Students of Class 7 Won. Each

Illustration 3 for (4) Here are the number of medals the five students of Class 7 won. Each  represents one medal.

Illustration 3 for (4) Here Are the Number of Medals the Five Students of Class 7 Won. Each Represents One Medal.

Represents One Medal

Illustration 4 for (4) Here are the number of medals the five students of Class 7 won. Each  represents one medal.

Illustration 4 for (4) Here Are the Number of Medals the Five Students of Class 7 Won. Each Represents One Medal.

(a) Who won the fewest medals?

(b) Which two students won the same number of medals?

(c) How many more medals than Ram did Radhu win?

(5) Ranjan Wants to Split Her Friends into Three Groups and Get Them to Play Ping-Pong-Pangl

She decides to arrange them by their ages.

(a) Fill the table and answer the questions that follow.

Table 3 Supporting: (5) Ranjan wants to split her friends into three groups and get them to play Ping-Pong-Pangl.

Tablutation of: 20 to 30 years, , , , , , , ,

20 to 30 years

31 to 40 years

41 to 50 years

(b) How many of her friends will get in the ’41 to 50’ years group?

(c) How many of Ranjan’s friends are in the ’31 to 40’ years group?

(d) How many of Ranjan’s friends are older than 30?

(6) Here is when the Children of Class 3A Have Their Birthdays. Ms. Anjali Wants to Know the Number of Birthdays in a Set of Months

(a) Fill the table to help Ms. Anjali group their birthdays. Then answer the questions that follow.

Table 4 Supporting: (6) Here is when the children of Class 3A have their birthdays. Ms. Anjali wants to know the number of birthdays in a set of months.

Tablutation of: January to April, , , , , , , , ,

January to April

May to August

September to December

(b) How many students were born in the months from September to December?

(c) How many students were born from May to August?

(7) below Table Shows the Number of Students’ Birthdays in a Set of Months. Then Answer the Questions That Follow

Table 5 Supporting: (7) Below table shows the number of students’ birthdays in a set of months. Then answer the questions that follow.

Tablutation of: January to April, Ronak, Mahi, Rushi, Kamu, Tejash, Nirja, Manoj,

January to April

Ronak

Mahi

Rushi

Kamu

Tejash

Nirja

Manoj

May to August

Priya

Harsh

Rakesh

Payal

September to December

Mahesh

Nirva

Mihir

(a) How many more children were born from May to August than from September to December?

(b) More birthdays fall in the period from September to December than from January to April. (True/False)

Answers and Explanations

Answer 1 (A)

  • On a Friday evening, Mr. Raju sold the numbers of the different toys.

  • Number of train sold

  • Number of bus sold

  • Number of truck sold

  • According to the question, Mr. Raju sells trucks

  • Therefore, Mr. Raju sells 7 trucks.

Answer 1 (B)

  • On a Friday evening, Mr. Raju sold the numbers of the different toys.

  • Number of train sold

  • Number of bus sold

  • Number of truck sold

  • Number of the most toy sold

  • Therefore, the most sold toy was bus.

Answer 1 (C)

  • On a Friday evening, Mr. Raju sold the numbers of the different toys.

  • Number of train sold

  • Number of truck sold

  • Difference

  • Therefore, 2 more trucks than trains were sold.

Answer 1 (D)

  • On a Friday evening, Mr. Raju sold the numbers of the different toys.

  • Number of train sold

  • Number of bus sold

  • Number of truck sold

  • In decreasing order

  • Therefore, the number of buses sold the number of Trucks sold the number of trains sold is true.

Answer 2 (A)

  • Below table shows the number of students who attend Mr Bhatt’s motivational class on different days of the week:

Table 6 Supporting: Answers and Explanations

Tablutation of: Days, Number of students

Days

Number of students

Monday

8

Tuesday

4

Wednesday

6

Thursday

10

Friday

6

  • Above table represent number of most students is 10.

  • Therefore, Mr. Bhatt gets the most students in Thursday.

Answer 2 (B)

  • Below table shows the number of students who attend Mr Bhatt’s motivational class on different days of the week:

Table 7 Supporting: Answers and Explanations

Tablutation of: Days, Number of students

Days

Number of students

Monday

8

Tuesday

4

Wednesday

6

Thursday

10

Friday

6

  • Above table represent the same number of students is 6.

  • Therefore, the same numbers of students go to Mr. Bhatt’s class is:

Answer 2 (C)

  • Below table shows the number of students who attend Mr Bhatt’s motivational class on different days of the week:

Table 8 Supporting: Answers and Explanations

Tablutation of: Days, Number of students

Days

Number of students

Monday

8

Tuesday

4

Wednesday

6

Thursday

10

Friday

6

  • According to the question, students attend on Thursday than on Monday:

  • Difference

  • Therefore, 2 more students attend on Thursday than on Monday.

Answer 3 (A)

  • Table shows medals won by each students of class 5.

  • Each

    Illustration 5 for Answers and Explanations

    Illustration 5 for Answers and Explanations

represents one medal.

  • So, below table represent number of medals won by each student:

Table 9 Supporting: Answers and Explanations

Tablutation of: Students, Number of Medals won

Students

Number of Medals won

Pavan

6

Dev

4

Rehana

9

Mahi

7

Bhima

3

  • Now, according to the question; the most medals are 9.

  • Therefore Rehana won the most medals.

Answer 3 (B)

  • Table shows medals won by each students of class 5.

  • Each

    Illustration 6 for Answers and Explanations

    Illustration 6 for Answers and Explanations

represents one medal.

  • So, below table represent number of medals won by each student:

Table 10 Supporting: Answers and Explanations

Tablutation of: Students, Number of Medals won

Students

Number of Medals won

Pavan

6

Dev

4

Rehana

9

Mahi

7

Bhima

3

  • Fewer medals between Pavan and Mahi mean 6 or 7, so 6 is fewer than 7.

  • Therefore, Pavan won fewer medals.

Answer 3 (C)

  • Table shows medals won by each students of class 5.

  • Each

    Illustration 7 for Answers and Explanations

    Illustration 7 for Answers and Explanations

represents one medal.

  • So, below table represent number of medals won by each student:

Table 11 Supporting: Answers and Explanations

Tablutation of: Students, Number of Medals won

Students

Number of Medals won

Pavan

6

Dev

4

Rehana

9

Mahi

7

Bhima

3

  • Number of medals wins by Rehana and Dev

  • Therefore, 13 medals win Rehana and Dev.

Answer 4 (A)

  • Table shows medals won by each students of class 7.

  • Each

    Illustration 8 for Answers and Explanations

    Illustration 8 for Answers and Explanations

represents one medal.

  • So, below table represent number of medals won by each student:

Table 12 Supporting: Answers and Explanations

Tablutation of: Students, Number of Medals won

Students

Number of Medals won

Ram

6

Shyam

4

Radhu

8

Jashmin

4

Hiren

3

  • Now, according to the question; the fewest medals is 3.

  • Therefore Hiren won the fewest medals.

Answer 4 (B)

  • Table shows medals won by each students of class 7.

  • Each

    Illustration 9 for Answers and Explanations

    Illustration 9 for Answers and Explanations

represents one medal.

  • So, below table represent number of medals won by each student:

Table 13 Supporting: Answers and Explanations

Tablutation of: Students, Number of Medals won

Students

Number of Medals won

Ram

6

Shyam

4

Radhu

8

Jashmin

4

Hiren

3

  • The same number of medals

  • Therefore, Shyam and Jashmin won the same number of medals.

Answer 4 (C)

  • Table shows medals won by each students of class 7.

  • Each

    Illustration 10 for Answers and Explanations

    Illustration 10 for Answers and Explanations

represents one medal.

  • So, below table represent number of medals won by each student:

Table 14 Supporting: Answers and Explanations

Tablutation of: Students, Number of Medals won

Students

Number of Medals won

Ram

6

Shyam

4

Radhu

8

Jashmin

4

Hiren

3

  • Radhu won the medals

  • Ram won the medals

  • Difference

  • Therefore, Radhu win 2 more medals than Ram.

Answer 5 (A)

  • Ranjan wants to split her friends into three groups; she decides to arrange them by their ages.

  • Below table shows the arrangement by age into three groups:

Table 15 Supporting: Answers and Explanations

Tablutation of: 20 to 30 years, √ , √ , √ , √ , , , ,

20 to 30 years

31 to 40 years

41 to 50 years

Answer 5 (B)

  • The arrangement by age into three groups table shown below:

Table 16 Supporting: Answers and Explanations

Tablutation of: 20 to 30 years, √ , √ , √ , √ , , , ,

20 to 30 years

31 to 40 years

41 to 50 years

  • Now, according to question, friends will get in ’41 to 50’ years group:

  • 41 to 50 years

  • Therefore, 5 friends will get in the ’41 to 50’ year group.

Answer 5 (C)

  • The arrangement by age into three groups table shown below:

Table 17 Supporting: Answers and Explanations

Tablutation of: 20 to 30 years, √ , √ , √ , √ , , , ,

20 to 30 years

31 to 40 years

41 to 50 years

  • Now, according to question, Ranjan’s friends are in ’31 to 40’ years group:

  • 31 to 40 years

  • Therefore, 3 Ranjan’s friends are in the ’31 to 40’ year group.

Answer 5 (D)

  • The arrangement by age into three groups table shown below:

Table 18 Supporting: Answers and Explanations

Tablutation of: 20 to 30 years, √ , √ , √ , √ , , , ,

20 to 30 years

31 to 40 years

41 to 50 years

  • Now, according to question, friends are older than 30:

  • So,

  • Therefore, 8 friends are older than 30.

Answer 6 (A)

  • Mr. Anjali wants to know the number of birthdays in a set of months.

  • So below table help Mr. Anjali group their birthday.

Table 19 Supporting: Answers and Explanations

Tablutation of: January to April, Rajal, Pari, Ronak, Juli, Tarun, Amit, Mayur,

January to April

Rajal

Pari

Ronak

Juli

Tarun

Amit

Mayur

May to August

Siya

Hamir

Rajat

Pranjal

Khushi

September to December

Akash

Mansi

Rahul

Answer 6 (B)

  • Mr. Anjali wants to know the number of birthdays in a set of months.

  • So below table help Mr. Anjali group their birthday.

Table 20 Supporting: Answers and Explanations

Tablutation of: January to April, Rajal, Pari, Ronak, Juli, Tarun, Amit, Mayur,

January to April

Rajal

Pari

Ronak

Juli

Tarun

Amit

Mayur

May to August

Siya

Hamir

Rajat

Pranjal

Khushi

September to December

Akash

Mansi

Rahul

  • According to the question, students born in September to December:

  • Therefore, there are 3 students born in the months from September to December.

Answer 6 (C)

  • Mr. Anjali wants to know the number of birthdays in a set of months.

  • So below table help Mr. Anjali group their birthday.

Table 21 Supporting: Answers and Explanations

Tablutation of: January to April, Rajal, Pari, Ronak, Juli, Tarun, Amit, Mayur,

January to April

Rajal

Pari

Ronak

Juli

Tarun

Amit

Mayur

May to August

Siya

Hamir

Rajat

Pranjal

Khushi

September to December

Akash

Mansi

Rahul

  • Students born from May to August:

  • Therefore, there are 5 students born from May to August.

Answer 7 (A)

  • Below table shows the number of student’s birthday in a set of month:

Table 22 Supporting: Answers and Explanations

Tablutation of: January to April, Ronak, Mahi, Rushi, Kamu, Tejash, Nirja, Manoj,

January to April

Ronak

Mahi

Rushi

Kamu

Tejash

Nirja

Manoj

May to August

Priya

Harsh

Rakesh

Payal

September to December

Mahesh

Nirva

Mihir

  • Students born from May to August

  • Students born from September to December

  • Difference

  • Therefore, there are 1 more children born from May to August than from September to December

Answer 7 (B)

  • Below table shows the number of student’s birthday in a set of month:

Table 23 Supporting: Answers and Explanations

Tablutation of: January to April, Ronak, Mahi, Rushi, Kamu, Tejash, Nirja, Manoj,

January to April

Ronak

Mahi

Rushi

Kamu

Tejash

Nirja

Manoj

May to August

Priya

Harsh

Rakesh

Payal

September to December

Mahesh

Nirva

Mihir

  • Birthday fall from September to December

  • Birthday fall from January to April

  • So, birthday fall from January to April is higher than September to December.

  • Therefore, more birthdays fall in the period from September to December than from January to April-FALSE

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