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# Grade 5 Mathematics Online Lessons on Data Handling: Data Representation

Grade Five

Topic: Data Handling

Data representation

1. Collection and representation of data

2. Interpretation of data represented through piling

Lessons (**11**)

- 1.
A coin box was opened. The number of coins of different values was recorded as follows: Complete the table

1m 55s - 2.
The ages in years of 15 pupils in Grade 5 class were recorded as: 10, 10, 9, 11, 10, 9, 11, 10, 11, 10, 9, 10, 11, 11, and 10. Copy and complete the table.

2m 5s - 3.
The grades scored by 28 pupils in a swimming lesson were: B, C, A, B, C, D, B, A, B, C, B, A, C, B, B, C, B, C, D, A, B, C, A, B, B, C, A and C Make a table using tally marks to show this data.

3m 45s - 4.
An environmental club in a school counted the type and number of trees in the compound. The trees were recorded as follows; grevillea 11, mango 7, avocado 4, eucalyptus 4, cypress 6 and pine 3. Represent the information on a table using tally marks.

3m 25s - 5.
Pupils in a Grade Five class were asked to write their favorite ball games. The information was represented by piling matchboxes as shown. a) Which game was liked most? b) How many pupils had handball as their favorite game? c) How many more pupils liked volley ball than netball? d) How many pupils were in Grade Five class?

4m 15s - 6.
The number of lorries that collected litter in a town for five days was represented as shown. a) How many lorries collected litter on Monday? b) How many more lorries collected litter on Wednesday than Thursday? c) On which days were the number of lorries the same? d) How many lorries collected litter for the five days?

4m 39s - 7.
Pupils in a class were asked to say how they come to school. The results were presented as shown. a) How do most pupils come to school? b) How did the seven pupils come to school? c) Name two methods of going to school used by many pupils? d) What fraction of the pupils in the whole class walked to school?

4m 55s - 8.
Kabaka represented the number of pupils who were absent from class in a certain week as shown. a) How many more pupils were absent on Friday than on Monday? b) How many more pupils were absent on Tuesday than on Wednesday? c) What is the total number of pupils absent during the week? d) Which day of the week was class attendance best?

4m 47s - 9.
The number of animals in Jinju’s farm were represented as shown: Use the diagram to answer the following questions: a) How many camels were in the farm? b) Which animals was the most common? c) How many more cows than sheep were in the farm? d) What was the total number of animals in the farm?

4m 20s - 10.
Karura measured the height, in centimeters of some tree seedlings. He represented the results as follows: Use the diagram to answer the following questions: a) How many tree seedlings had a height of 20 cm? b) How many tree seedlings were below 20 cm? c) How many more tree seedlings were 22 cm tall than 23 cm tall? d) How many tree seedlings did Karura measure the height?

5m 22s - 11.
The number of 50 g tea packets sold by a shopkeeper in a week were represented using piling matchboxes as shown. Use the diagram to answer the following questions: a) On which day did he sell the highest number of packets? b) How many packets were sold on Tuesday? c) On which day was the least number of packets sold? d) How many more packets were sold on Tuesday than on Saturday?

4m 21s