## RD Sharma Solutions for Class 6 Maths Chapter 22 - Data Handling II - Free PDF Download

## FAQs on RD Sharma Class 6 Maths Solutions Chapter 22 - Data Handling II (Pictographs)

**1. Where do we get all the solutions of R D Sharma Class 6 Maths Chapter 22- Pictographs?**

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**2. What is a Pictograph? Give examples.**

Pictograph is the pictorial representation of given data using symbols and other images. A pictograph is mainly needed in statistical representation, for data handling and interpretation. A pictograph portrays the frequency of a given data, i.e., the number of times one data has occurred in total. Each image represents the frequency of data. It is an easy and simple topic given in the Class 6 maths. Examples - sale of bicycles in one year, height of rainfall occurring in one area in different times of year, etc.

**3. How to draw a pictograph?**

Drawing a pictograph is very easy. A few steps have to be followed.

Collection of data

Selection of symbols or images to represent the data in the pictograph.

Assigning a key for the larger data.

Drawing the pictograph using the data given.

Reviewing the data and the pictograph properly.

Students can learn more on how to draw pictographs from the Vedantu website. Class 6 RD Sharma textbook solutions Chapter 22 are available for free to download and prepare for the exams.

**4. Are there any advantages of pictographs?**

Yes! There are! Some of the advantages of pictographs are:

They help to understand the data easily. Students can easily understand long data using pictographs

They are more attractive to readers. They help to represent the given data in an organized way.

They can represent very complex data in a simple manner.

They do not require much explanation and can be understood easily.

Drawing pictographs does not take much time and students can save time in solving difficult questions by making pictographs.

**5. What is ‘key’ in a pictograph?**

A ‘key’ in a pictograph tells us the value of the image in the pictograph. For example, the data for a given category is given as 100, yet we see only one image in the pictograph. That means, the image carries the value of 100 given data. A key helps to make the pictograph compact, otherwise it would not have been possible to represent each data with a single image. Key helps to represent a large, complex data in a smaller, simpler form.