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# Picture Graphs ## Key Concepts

• Draw picture graphs and solve problems by using picture graphs

### Introduction

The number of people who play baseball is 2. The number of people who play soccer is 8. The number of people who play tennis is 4.

Prepare a table to represent the above data.

We can show the data in another way. We can choose a symbol to represent the data.

Prepare a picture graph to represent the given data.

A picture graph uses pictures to show the given data.

Example:

The number of students who like the color blue is 5. The number of students who like the color red is 6. The number of students who like the color purple is 3. Prepare a table for the given data.

Solution:

The table represents the given data.

Example:

Observe the tally chart.

How many students like math?

Solution:

From the table, we can say that 5 students like math.

Example:

Did milk get the fewest votes?

Solution:

After observing the tally chart, we can say that milk did not get the fewest votes.

## Exercise

• Create the picture graph for the given table
• Write the number of dolls sold in a day.
• The number of cars purchased in 2005 was ________.
• Create the picture graph for the given table.
• The number of coconut trees planted is _________.
• Create the picture graph for the given tally chart.
• The number of cars washed on 4th Saturday is ________.
• The number of trees planted on Thursday is ________.
• Create the tally chart for the given table.
• How many illiterate children are present in Marengo?

### What we have learned

• Use a table to make a graph
• Write the title and label the graph
• Draw the bar graph

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