Q. 814.7( 4 Votes )
Study the double bar graph and answer the questions that follow:
A. What information does the double bar graph represent?
B. Find the total number of boys in all sections of Class VII.
C. In which sections, the number of girls is greater than the number of boys?
D. In which section, the number of boys is the maximum?
E. In which section, the number of girls is the least?
(A) This graph depicts the number of boys and girls in each section of class VII
(B) Number of boys in class VII A = 15
Number of boys in class VII B = 30
Number of boys in class VII C = 20
Number of boys in class VII D = 20
Number of boys in class VII E = 25
Total number of boys = 15 + 30 + 20 + 20 + 25
(C) In section A and D number of girls are greater than number of boys
∵ in both sections bar of girls is larger than bar of boys
(D) In section B number of boys is maximum
there are 30 boys in B section
(E) In section C number of girls is least
there are only 15 girls in C section
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