Class 8 Maths Chapter 5 (Data Handling) MCQs are available here online for students. These objective questions are prepared by our experts, as per CBSE syllabus (2020-2021) and NCERT guidelines. The chapter-wise MCQs are provided at BYJU’S to make every student understand each concept and help them to score better marks in exams. Also, learn important questions for class 8 Maths here.
MCQs on Class 8 Data Handling
Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) are available for Class 8 Data Handling chapter. Each question carries four options, out of which one is the correct answer. Students have to solve the problem and choose the correct answer.
1. Pictorial representation of data using symbols is known as:
D. None of these
2. Double bar graphs display ______ sets of data simultaneously.
3. _________ gives the number of times a particular entry occurs.
A. Organisation of data
B. Collection of Data
C. Representation of Data
D. Frequency distribution table
4. In grouped data, each of the group is called:
A. Class interval
B. Collection of data
D. Grouped frequency distribution
5. If 20-30 is the class interval of grouped data, then lower class limit is:
6. The difference between the upper class limit and lower class limit of a class interval is called:
C. Grouped data
D. Ungrouped data
7. The width or size of the class interval 30-40 is:
Explanation: Width of class interval = upper class limit-lower class limit
8. If a coin is flipped in the air, what is the probability of getting a tail?
Explanation: A coin has two sides, Head and tails.
Hence, probability = Number of possible outcomes/Total number of outcomes
We know, Tail is present on one side of a coin and in total there could be two outcomes H&T
Hence, Probability = ½
9. A bag has 4 red balls and 4 green balls, what is the probability of getting a red ball randomly?
Explanation: Total number of balls in bag = 4+4 = 8
Total number of red balls = 4
Probability of getting a red ball = 4/8 = ½
10. If a die is thrown in air, the probability of getting even numbers is:
Explanation: A die has six sides each consisting numbers from 1 to 6.
Number of even numbers in die = 3 (2,4,6)
Total possible outcomes = 6
Probability = 3/6 = 1/2