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Chapter 23 – Graphical Representation, a graph is defined as a pictorial representation or a diagram that represents data or values in an organised manner. As the chapter is about Graphs, here we learn how to plot the graph, draw the histogram graph and read the details from the graph and further solve the same.
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1. Construct histograms for each of the following frequency distributions:
(i)
Class Interval |
0 – 10 |
10 – 20 |
20 – 30 |
30 – 40 |
40 – 50 |
50 – 60 |
Frequency |
8 |
20 |
34 |
22 |
10 |
6 |
Solution:-
Steps to construct histograms for given frequency distributions,
1. On the x – axis, take 1 cm = 5 units and plot class interval.
2. On the y – axis, take 1 cm = 5 units and plot frequency.
3. Draw rectangles of histograms as per the given frequency distribution.
(ii)
Class Interval |
130 – 140 |
140 – 150 |
150 – 160 |
160 – 170 |
170 – 180 |
Frequency |
24 |
16 |
29 |
20 |
11 |
Solution:-
Steps to construct histograms for given frequency distributions,
1. On the x – axis, take 1 cm = 5 units and plot class interval.
2. On the y – axis, take 1 cm = 5 units and plot frequency.
3. Draw rectangles of histograms as per the given frequency distribution.
(iii)
Class Interval |
1 – 10 |
11 – 20 |
21 – 30 |
31 – 40 |
41 – 50 |
Frequency |
11 |
23 |
30 |
20 |
16 |
Solution:-
Steps to construct histograms for given frequency distributions,
1. First we have to make the class intervals continuous by subtracting 0.5 from the lower limit of each class and add 0.5 to the upper limit of each class.
Then we have,
Class Interval |
0.5 – 10.5 |
10.5 – 20.5 |
20.5 – 30.5 |
30.5 – 40.5 |
40.5 – 50.5 |
Frequency |
11 |
23 |
30 |
20 |
16 |
2. On the x – axis, take 1 cm = 5 units and plot class interval.
3. On the y – axis, take 1 cm = 5 units and plot frequency.
4. Draw rectangles of histograms as per the obtained data.
(iv)
Class Interval |
110 – 119 |
120 – 129 |
130 – 139 |
140 – 149 |
150 – 159 |
Frequency |
15 |
23 |
30 |
20 |
16 |
Solution:-
Steps to construct histograms for given frequency distributions,
1. First we have to make the class intervals continuous by subtracting 0.5 from the lower limit of each class and add 0.5 to the upper limit of each class.
Then we have,
Class Interval |
109.5 – 119.5 |
119.5 – 129.5 |
129.5 – 139.5 |
139.5 – 149.5 |
149.5 – 159.5 |
Frequency |
15 |
23 |
30 |
20 |
16 |
2. On the x – axis, take 1 cm = 5 units and plot class interval.
3. On the y – axis, take 1 cm = 5 units and plot frequency.
4. Draw rectangles of histograms as per the obtained data.
(vi)
Class Mark |
6 |
12 |
18 |
24 |
30 |
36 |
Frequency |
8 |
12 |
15 |
18 |
25 |
7 |
Solution:-
Steps to construct histograms for given frequency distributions,
1. First we have to calculate the class interval from the class mark using the following adjustment formula.
Value of Adjustment = (One class mark – Preceding class mark)/2
Then, the value obtained is added to the class mark to obtain the upper limit and subtracted from the class mark to obtain lower limit.
Now,
Value of adjustment = (12 – 6)/2
= 6/2
= 3
So, we add and subtract 3 to each class mark to obtain the class interval.
The lower limit of first class = 6 – 3 = 3
The Upper limit of first class = 6 + 3 = 9
Hence, the first class interval is (3 – 9).
Similarly, we can calculate the remaining class intervals.
Class Mark |
3 – 9 |
9 -15 |
15 – 21 |
21 – 27 |
27 – 33 |
33 – 39 |
Frequency |
8 |
12 |
15 |
18 |
25 |
7 |
2. On the x – axis, take 1 cm = 5 units and plot class interval.
3. On the y – axis, take 1 cm = 5 units and plot frequency.
4. Draw rectangles of histograms as per the obtained data.
2. Construct a histogram and then a frequency polygon for each of the following frequency distribution:
(i)
Class Interval |
0 – 10 |
10 – 20 |
20 – 30 |
30 – 40 |
40 – 50 |
50 – 60 |
Frequency |
8 |
13 |
27 |
35 |
14 |
3 |
Solution:-
Steps to construct histograms for given frequency distributions,
1. On the x – axis, take 1 cm = 5 units and plot class interval.
2. On the y – axis, take 1 cm = 5 units and plot frequency.
3. Draw rectangles of histograms as per the given frequency distribution.
4. Then, for each rectangle mark the midpoint of its length at the top.
5. So, in the graph midpoints are (5, 8), (15, 13), (25, 27), (35, 35), (45, 14), (55, 3)
6. Also mark two more midpoints of zero frequency on x – axis at the start and at the end.
7. Finally Connect the points using straight lines.
(ii)
Class Interval |
11 – 20 |
21 – 30 |
31 – 40 |
41 – 50 |
51 – 60 |
61 – 70 |
Frequency |
15 |
28 |
50 |
35 |
20 |
12 |
Solution:-
Steps to construct histograms for given frequency distributions,
1. First we have to make the class intervals continuous by subtracting 0.5 from the lower limit of each class and add 0.5 to the upper limit of each class.
Then we have,
Class Interval |
10.5 – 20.5 |
20.5 – 30.5 |
30.5 – 40.5 |
40.5 – 50.5 |
50.5 – 60.5 |
60.5 – 70.5 |
Frequency |
15 |
28 |
50 |
35 |
20 |
12 |
2. On the x – axis, take 1 cm = 5 units and plot class interval.
3. On the y – axis, take 1 cm = 5 units and plot frequency.
4. Draw rectangles of histograms as per the given frequency distribution.
5. Then, for each rectangle mark the midpoint of its length at the top.
6. So, in the graph midpoints are (15.5, 15), (25.5, 28), (35.5, 50), (45.5, 35), (55.5, 20), (65.5, 12)
7. Also mark two more midpoints of zero frequency on x – axis at the start and at the end.
8. Finally Connect the points using straight lines.
(iii)
Class Interval |
100 – 150 |
150 – 200 |
200 – 250 |
250 – 300 |
300 – 350 |
Frequency |
10 |
15 |
17 |
12 |
10 |
Solution:-
Steps to construct histograms for given frequency distributions,
1. On the x – axis, take 1 cm = 5 units and plot class interval.
2. On the y – axis, take 1 cm = 5 units and plot frequency.
3. Draw rectangles of histograms as per the given frequency distribution.
4. Then, for each rectangle mark the midpoint of its length at the top.
5. So, in the graph midpoints are (125, 10), (175, 15), (225, 17), (275, 12), (325, 10).
6. Also mark two more midpoints of zero frequency on x – axis at the start and at the end.
7. Finally Connect the points using straight lines.
3. Construct a frequency polygon without using a histogram for the following frequency distribution:
(i)
Class Mark |
10 |
15 |
20 |
25 |
30 |
35 |
40 |
Frequency |
4 |
20 |
40 |
45 |
30 |
25 |
5 |
Solution:-
Steps to construct histograms for given frequency distributions,
1. On the x – axis, take 1 cm = 5 units and plot class interval.
2. On the y – axis, take 1 cm = 5 units and plot frequency.
3. So, in the graph mark the given data.
4. Also mark two more midpoints of zero frequency on x – axis at the start and at the end.
5. Finally Connect the points using straight lines.
(ii)
Class Interval |
10 – 20 |
20 – 40 |
40 – 60 |
60 – 80 |
80 – 100 |
Frequency |
9 |
17 |
15 |
20 |
14 |
Solution:-
Steps to construct histograms for given frequency distributions,
1. On the x – axis, take 1 cm = 5 units and plot class interval.
2. On the y – axis, take 1 cm = 5 units and plot frequency.
Class Interval |
Class mark |
Frequency |
10 – 20 |
(10 + 20)/2 = 15 |
9 |
20 – 40 |
(20 + 40)/2 = 30 |
17 |
40 – 60 |
(40 + 60)/2 = 50 |
15 |
60 – 80 |
(60 + 80)/2 = 70 |
20 |
80 – 100 |
(80 + 100)/2 = 90 |
14 |
3. So, in the graph mark the points (15, 9), (30, 17), (50, 15), (70, 20), (90, 14).
4. Also mark two more midpoints of zero frequency on x – axis at the start and at the end.
5. Finally Connect the points using straight lines
(iii)
Class Interval |
1 – 10 |
11 – 20 |
21 – 30 |
31 – 40 |
41 – 50 |
Frequency |
8 |
12 |
10 |
16 |
6 |
Solution:-
Steps to construct histograms for given frequency distributions,
1. First we have to make the class intervals continuous by subtracting 0.5 from the lower limit of each class and add 0.5 to the upper limit of each class.
Then we have,
Class Interval |
0.5 – 10.5 |
10.5 – 20.5 |
20.5 – 30.5 |
30.5 – 40.5 |
40.5 – 50.5 |
Frequency |
8 |
12 |
10 |
16 |
6 |
2. On the x – axis, take 1 cm = 5 units and plot class interval.
3. On the y – axis, take 1 cm = 5 units and plot frequency.
Then,
Class Interval |
Class mark |
Frequency |
0.5 – 10.5 |
(0.5 + 10.5)/2 = 5.5 |
8 |
10.5 – 20.5 |
(10.5 + 20.5)/2 = 15.5 |
12 |
20.5 – 30.5 |
(20.5 + 30.5)/2 = 25.5 |
10 |
30.5 – 40.5 |
(30.5 + 40.5)/2 = 35.5 |
16 |
40.5 – 50.5 |
(40.5 + 50.5)/2 = 45.5 |
6 |
3. So, in the graph mark the points (5.5, 8), (15.5, 12), (25.5, 10), (35.5, 16), (45.5, 6).
4. Also mark two more midpoints of zero frequency on x – axis at the start and at the end.
5. Finally Connect the points using straight lines.
4. Draw an ogive for the following:
(i)
Class Interval |
0 – 10 |
10 – 20 |
20 – 30 |
30 – 40 |
40 – 50 |
Frequency |
8 |
12 |
10 |
14 |
6 |
Solution:-
Steps to construct histograms for given frequency distributions,
1. On the x – axis, take 1 cm = 5 units and plot class interval.
2. On the y – axis, take 1 cm = 5 units and plot frequency.
Then,
Less than |
Cumulative Frequency |
10 |
8 |
20 |
20 |
30 |
30 |
40 |
44 |
50 |
50 |
3. So, in the graph mark the points with coordinates having abscissae as actual limits and ordinates as the cumulative frequencies, (10, 8), (20, 20), (30, 30), (40, 44), (50, 50).
4. Finally join the points plotted by a smooth curve.
(ii)
Class Interval |
100 – 150 |
150 – 200 |
200 – 250 |
250 – 300 |
300 – 350 |
350 – 400 |
Frequency |
10 |
13 |
17 |
12 |
10 |
8 |
Solution:-
Steps to construct histograms for given frequency distributions,
1. On the x – axis, take 1 cm = 5 units and plot class interval.
2. On the y – axis, take 1 cm = 5 units and plot frequency.
Then,
Less than |
Cumulative Frequency |
150 |
10 |
200 |
23 |
250 |
40 |
300 |
52 |
350 |
62 |
400 |
70 |
3. So, in the graph mark the points with coordinates having abscissae as actual limits and ordinates as the cumulative frequencies, (150, 10), (200, 23), (250, 40), (300, 52), (350, 62), (400, 70).
4. Finally join the points plotted by a smooth curve.
(iii)
Class Interval |
10 – 19 |
20 – 29 |
30 – 39 |
40 – 49 |
50 – 59 |
Frequency |
28 |
23 |
15 |
20 |
14 |
Solution:-
Steps to construct histograms for given frequency distributions,
1. On the x – axis, take 1 cm = 5 units and plot class interval.
2. On the y – axis, take 1 cm = 5 units and plot frequency.
Then,
Less than |
Cumulative Frequency |
19 |
28 |
29 |
51 |
39 |
66 |
49 |
86 |
59 |
100 |
3. So, in the graph mark the points with coordinates having abscissae as actual limits and ordinates as the cumulative frequencies, (19, 28), (29, 51), (39, 66), (49, 86), (59, 100).
4. Finally join the points plotted by a smooth curve.
(iv)
Marks obtained |
Less than 10 |
Less than 20 |
Less than 30 |
Less than 40 |
Less than 50 |
Number of Students |
8 |
22 |
48 |
60 |
75 |
Solution:-
Steps to construct histograms for given frequency distributions,
1. On the x – axis, take 1 cm = 5 units and plot class interval.
2. On the y – axis, take 1 cm = 5 units and plot frequency.
Then,
Marks less than |
Cumulative Frequency |
10 |
8 |
20 |
22 |
30 |
48 |
40 |
60 |
50 |
75 |
3. So, in the graph mark the points with coordinates having abscissae as actual limits and ordinates as the cumulative frequencies, (10, 8), (20, 22), (30, 48), (40, 60), (50, 75).
4. Finally join the points plotted by a smooth curve.
(v)
Age in years |
Less than 10 |
Less than 20 |
Less than 30 |
Less than 40 |
Less than 50 |
Number of people |
0 |
17 |
42 |
67 |
100 |
Solution:-
Steps to construct histograms for given frequency distributions,
1. On the x – axis, take 1 cm = 5 units and plot class interval.
2. On the y – axis, take 1 cm = 5 units and plot frequency.
Then,
Marks less than |
Cumulative Frequency |
10 |
0 |
20 |
17 |
30 |
42 |
40 |
67 |
50 |
100 |
3. So, in the graph mark the points with coordinates having abscissae as actual limits and ordinates as the cumulative frequencies, (10, 0), (20, 17), (30, 42), (40, 67), (50, 100).
4. Finally join the points plotted by a smooth curve.
(vi)
Marks obtained |
More than 10 |
More than 20 |
Less than 30 |
Less than 40 |
Less than 50 |
Number of students |
8 |
25 |
38 |
50 |
67 |
Solution:-
Steps to construct histograms for given frequency distributions,
1. With lower limits of class intervals and from cumulative frequency, subtract the frequency of each class to obtain cumulative frequency distribution.
2. Then mark lower class limits along x – axis, take 1 cm = 5 unit.
3. Also mark cumulative frequency along y – axis, take 1 cm = 5 unit.
Then,
Marks more than |
Frequency |
Cumulative Frequency |
10 |
8 |
188 |
20 |
25 |
180 |
30 |
38 |
155 |
40 |
50 |
117 |
50 |
67 |
67 |
4. So, in the graph mark the points (x, f), where x is the lower limit of one class and f is the corresponding cumulative frequency (10, 188), (20, 180), (30, 155), (40, 117), (50, 67).
5. Finally join the points plotted by a smooth curve.
(vii)
Marks (more than) |
0 |
10 |
20 |
30 |
40 |
50 |
60 |
70 |
80 |
90 |
100 |
Cumulative Frequency |
100 |
87 |
65 |
55 |
42 |
36 |
31 |
21 |
18 |
7 |
0 |
Solution:-
Solution:-
Steps to construct histograms for given frequency distributions,
1. With lower limits of class intervals and from cumulative frequency, subtract the frequency of each class to obtain cumulative frequency distribution.
2. Then mark lower class limits along x – axis, take 1 cm = 5 unit.
3. Also mark cumulative frequency along y – axis, take 1 cm = 5 unit.
Then,
Marks more than |
Cumulative Frequency |
0 |
100 |
10 |
87 |
20 |
65 |
30 |
55 |
40 |
42 |
50 |
36 |
60 |
31 |
70 |
21 |
80 |
18 |
90 |
7 |
100 |
0 |
4. So, in the graph mark the points (x, f), where x is the lower limit of one class and f is the corresponding cumulative frequency, (0, 100), (10, 87), (20, 65), (30, 55), (40, 42), (50, 36), (60, 31), (70, 21), (80, 18), (90, 7), (100, 0).
5. Finally join the points plotted by a smooth curve.