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. Find the mean of the daily income from the following frequency distribution. Daily income (in Rs.) Number of workers

100-150

150-200

200-250

250-300

300-350

350-400

2. The measurements (in mm) of the diameters of the head of screws are given below: Diameter (in mm) 33-35 36-38 39-41 42-44 Number of screws 17 19 23 21 Calculate the mean diameter of the heads of the screws. 45-47 27

3. Find the mean marks from the frequency distribution given below: Marks 010 1020 5 2030 7 30- 40- 50- 60- 70- 80- 90- Total 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 10 12 15 12 6 2 8 80

No. of students 3

4. Rainfall (in cms) recorded in 50 cities on a particular day. Find mean of the rainfall. Rainfall in (mm) No. of cities 36-40 40-44 44-48 48-52 52-56 56-60 60-64

10

5. Find the mean by (1) direct method. (2) step deviation method. Pocket money (per day in Rs. No. of students 0-10 3 10-20 20-30 7 5 30-40 2 40-50 6

6. Milk given (in litres) per week by 50 cows. Find average yield of milk per week. Milk 24in 30 litres No. of 1 cows 3036 3642 4248 4854 5460 6066 6672 7278 7884 8490

7. Following data represents the number of people suffering from asthama due to air pollution in certain city. Find the mean of the following data. Age No. of people 7-11 5 11-15 9 15-19 13 19-23 21 23-27 16 27-31 15 31-35 12 35-39 9

Exercise 8.2 1. Find the median Class 6-10 Frequency 20 2. Calculate the median Rainfall (cm) 20-25 25-30 No. of years 2 5

11-15 30

16-20 50

21-25 40

26-30 10

30-35 8

35-40 12

40-45 10

45-50 7

50-55 6

10-20 8

20-30 15

30-40 15

40-50 7

4. Find the median Wt. in (kg) 30-35 No. of students 12 5. Find the median Height (in cm.) No. of students 100-110 5

35-40 18

40-45 22

45-50 27

50-55 10

55-60 11

110-120 8

120-130 20

130-140 10

140-150 7

15-19 29

20-24 47

25-29 19

30-34 12

35-39 5

Exercise 8.3 1. Calculate the Mode No. of absent days (x) No. of students (f) 2. Calculate the Mode Height (in cm) (x) 130134 No. of students (f) 5 135139 15 140144 28 145149 24 150154 17 155159 10 160164 1 0-10 30 10-20 70 20-30 50 30-40 45 40-50 40

3. Calculate the Mode Marks (x) No. of students(f) 0-10 4 10-20 16 20-30 15 30-40 20 40-50 7 50-60 5

225275 25

275325 35

325375 12

375425 10

425475 4

1. The number of hours, spent by a school boy on different activities in a working day is given below: Activity Sleep School Play Homework No. of hrs. 8 7 2 4 Represent the information in the form of a pie diagram. Others 3

2. The number of students admitted in different faculties of a college are given below: Faculty Science Commerce Arts Law Home science 300

No. of students 1000 1200 650 Draw a pie-diagram to illustrate the information.

450

3. Draw a pie diagram to represent the following information. Mode of transport Number of students Bicycle 140 Bus 100 Walk 70 Train 40 Car 10

4. The pie-diagram represents the expenditure on different items in constructing a building. Find the expenditure on different items by reading the pie diagram if the construction costs Rs. 5,40,000. Pie Diagram Bricks 50 Cement 75o Labour 100o

o

Steel 45o

Timber 90o

Problem Set 8A 1. Find median of the frequency distribution given below. Class limits Frequency 130134 15 135139 15 140- 145144 149 28 34 150154 17 155159 19 160164 12

2. Find the median. The table below gives the weights of 85 apples.

Weight 110(gms) 119 No. of apples 5 3. Find the median. Marks (out 0-3 of 25) No. of 4 students

120129 8

130139 12

140149 18

150159 22

160169 9

170179 7

180189 4

3-6 11

6-9 9

9-12 0

12-15 0

15-18 10

18-21 12

21-24 7

16-22 10

22-28 5

28-34 3

34-40 6

5. Find the mean. Weekly wages 80-100 (x) (in Rs.) No. of workers 20 (f ) 6. Find mode Class Interval Frequency (f) 0-10 2 10-20 4 20-30 9 30-40 7 100-120 30 120-140 20 140-160 40 160-180 90

7. The following table gives the profit made by retail shops. Find mode and mean. Profit in (x) (thousand rupees) No. of shops (f) 1-10 4 10-20 12 20-30 18 30-40 14 40-50 8

8. Calculate mean and median, mode and interpret the result. Cl. (x) 0-5 5-10 10-15 15-20 20-25 Frequency (f) 2 7 18 10 8

25-30 5

9. Calculate the mean, the median, frequency and mode distribution given below. Marks (x) No. of students (f) 0-10 8 10-20 20 20-30 36 30-40 24 40-50 12

Problem Set 8B 1. The pie-diagram given below (Fig. 8.6) shows the spending of a family on various items and its savings during a year. Study the diagram and answer the following: (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) If the total income of the family is Rs. 1,75,000 how much does he spend on childrens education. What percent of the income was spent on transport and other items? Find the expenses on housing and transport. By how much the expenditure on food was more than that on clothing?

Fig. 8.6 Pie diagram showing: Clothing 10% Food 25% Housing 15% children cloth 10% Transport 5% Others 20% savings 15% 2. The pie-diagram (fig. 8.7) represents the expenditure of a family on different items. Find the percentage expenditure on different items by reading the piediagram. Fig. 8.7 Food Fuel Clothing Others Housing 220o 20o 50o 10o 60o

3. The following pie-diagram (Fig. 8.8) represents the number of valid votes by four students who contested for school captain. The total number of valid votes polled was 720. Answer the following questions. (i) Who has won the election? (ii) What is the minimum number of votes obtained by any candidate? (iii) By how many votes did the winner defeat the nearest contestant? Fig. 8.8 Gurudeep Kaur 100o Raj 80o Kiran 60o Venugopal 120o

4. The pie diagram (Fig. 8.9) shows the S.S.C. result of 5 boards study the diagram and answer the following questions: (i) How many students have passed in board if total number of students appeared was 5,40,000. (ii) How many students have passed in board if the number of students appeared in this board is 1,00,000. Pie diagram Fig. 8.9 Board A Board B Board C Board D Board E 30o 100o 95o 45o 90o

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