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Pictograph

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In a Pictograph data is represented with the help of picture of the objects. Most of the time the picture is selected with keeping in view What is being studied.

A Pictograph is more attractive to readers and helps in answering the questions just by looking at the graph.

Example –
In classroom of 15 kids, they were asked for their favourite color and their answers are shown in following pictograph:

On the basis of above pictograph, lets answer the following questions:

Question 1 - Every colors is like my how many kids.
Blue = 4 kids
Green = 4 kids
Yellow = 2 kids
Pink = 5 kids

Question 2 – Which color is the most liked color and by how many kids
Answer - Pink is the most liked color and it’s liked by 5 kids.

Question 3 – Which color is the least liked and by how many kids
Answer - Yellow is the least liked color and it’s liked by only 2 kids.