# Frequency

## Trending Questions

**Q.**

If the starting day of a month is Monday, what will be the frequency of the number of Sundays in that month?

4

3

5

6

**Q.**

If the starting day of a month is Friday, what will be the frequency of number of Saturdays in that month assuming it is not February?

- 4
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- 3

**Q.**Mom asked me to buy some vegetables from the market which are not costly. She said anything priced equal and above 20₹/Kg is costly.

When I actually went to the market, I saw the following list of vegetables and their prices. How many vegetables I can buy?

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- 1

**Q.**

Draw frequency distribution table and bar graph for the following data :

Speed of typists, in words per minute:

$76,75,80,78,75,80,80,75,75,78,76,76,75,78,79,80,79,79,79,75,75,76,77,77,77,75,77,77,80,79,78,76$

$78,76,76,75,78,79,80,80,77,78,76,77,78,79,80,79,78,77$

**Q.**In a dictation test the folllowing paper was submitted to the teacher and I received the following result back from the teacher. How do I calculate my score from it?

- 410
- 210
- 610
- 010

**Q.**The bar graph shows the sales in a bakery. Which item has the same frequency as cake?

**Q.**The given bar graph shows the data from a pet shop. Which bar shows the lowest adoption rate?

**Q.**

The temperature of a certain place, recorded for ten days (in ∘C) is as follows:6, 8, 0, 3, 2, 0, 1, 5, 4, 4

How many days had a temperature of less than 4∘C?

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**Q.**

The table shows various vehicles parked in a parking lot. Find the number of vehicles parked that are not two-wheelers.

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- 337
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- 322

**Q.**

Find the frequency of symbol ‘+’:

×, ×, ÷, -, ×, +, +, ÷, ×, +, -, +, +, -, ÷, ×

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**Q.**When a data is ogranised and arranged in a table, it is known as

- pie chart
- tabular data
- raw data
- bar graph

**Q.**

Draw frequency distribution table and bar graph for the following data :

Heights(in cm) of persons living in a complex:

$160,158,165,159,160,160,158,158,160,160,159,165,158,160,159,158,158,159,160,158,158,160,$

$165,165,158,160,158,165,160,159,158,165,158,165,160,159,165,158,160,165,158,160.$

**Q.**

Find the frequency of the symbol ‘÷’ in the below mentioned list of symbols.

×, ×, ÷, -, ×, +, +, ÷, ×, +, -, +, +, -, ÷, ×

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**Q.**

Find the frequency of "K"in the given data set:

K, J, F, J, A, J, N, S, A, J, A, W, P, J, A, H, A, P, O, W, J, K, Z.

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**Q.**Which of the following item is the cheapest?

- Bed
- Cot
- Chair
- Table

**Q.**

How many cars were sold which are not silver or white coloured?

- 35
- 44
- 15
- 20

**Q.**In a given data set counting a particular item frequently defines frequency.

The statement is completely false.

- True
- False

**Q.**

Find the frequency of ‘W’ in below mentioned alphabets.

K, J, F, J, A, J, N, S, A, J, A, W, P, J, A, H, A, P, O, W, J, K, Z

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- 4
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**Q.**The bar graph shows the sales in a bakery. Which item has the same frequency as cake?

**Q.**Tea, Coffee or Milk

Some children were asked which of these they liked most — Tea, Coffee or Milk.

The drink they like | Number of children |

Milk | 20 |

Coffee | 10 |

Tea | 10 |

Find out from the table:

• Children who like milk are $\frac{1}{2}/\frac{1}{4}$ of the total children.

• Children who like coffee are $\frac{1}{2}/\frac{1}{4}$ of the total children.

Show the liking for Tea, Coffee or Milk in a Chapati Chart.

**Q.**

Find the frequency of ‘×’ in the following symbols.

×, ×, ÷, -, ×, +, +, ÷, ×, +, -, +, +, -, ÷, ×

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**Q.**

Complete the following table.

Tally marks | Frequency |

$\overline{)\overline{)\overline{)\mathrm{IIII}\mathrm{I}}}}$ | $6$ |

$\overline{)\overline{)\overline{)\mathrm{IIII}\mathrm{I}}}}$ | ____ |

$\mathrm{III}$ | ____ |

$\overline{)\overline{)\overline{)\mathrm{IIII}}}}$ $\mathrm{III}$ | ____ |

**Q.**Practice Time

(1) 28 ÷ 2 =

(2) 56 ÷ 7 =

(3) 48 ÷ 4 =

(4) 66 ÷ 6 =

(5) 96 ÷ 8 =

(6) 110 ÷ 10 =

**Q.**If 14th April 2015 is Tuesday then what will be the day on 22nd June 2015 ?

- Sunday
- Monday
- Tuesday
- Wednesday

**Q.**Look Around

Look at these picture. Now look for some other things we get in packets or bottles like these. Make your own list.

**Q.**

Find the frequency of ‘A’ in the below mentioned alphabets:

K, J, F, J, A, J, N, S, A, J, A, W, P, J, A, H, A, P, O, W, J, K, Z- 5
- 2
- 3
- 4

**Q.**DIRECTIONS (Qs. 71-73) In the question there are five sentences. Each sentence has pairs of words/phrases that at italicised and highlighted From the italicised and highlighted word(s)/phrase(s), select the most appropriate word(s)/phrase(s) to form correct sentences Then from the options given, choose the best one.

The further (A)/farther (B) he pushed himself, the more disillusioned he grew.

For the crowd it was more of a historical (A)/historic (B) event, for their leader it was just another day.

The old has healthy distrust (A)/ mistrust (B) for all new technology.

The film is based on worthy (A)/true (B) story.

She coughed discreetly (A)/discretely (B) to announce her presence.

The correct sequence should be

- BABAB
- ABBBA
- BAABA
- BBAAB

**Q.**

The following table shows the number of books in each shelf of different languages in a library. Study the table and answer how many more Chinese books than Malay books are their in shelf number $4$?

Shelf Numbers | Malay | Chinese | English | Tamil |

$1$ | $73$ | $112$ | $158$ | $64$ |

$2$ | $83$ | $100$ | $102$ | $49$ |

$3$ | $56$ | $92$ | $75$ | $54$ |

$4$ | $66$ | $138$ | $175$ | $59$ |

**Q.**There are 19 students in each row of an assembly line. How many students will be there in such 39 rows?

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**Q.**After a discussion with my friend, I found out that all vehicles have a registration number which mention the state from which they come from like:

RJ for Rajasthan, MH for Maharashtra, OD for Odisha and DL for Delhi.

We checked some cars in the parking area with the following numbers: Registration number of the cars in the parking area

RJ 14 LP 5890 |

OD 06 KO 4679 |

MH 01 JI 3568 |

MH 02 OK 6835 |

DL 08 ON 3241 |

RJ 26 MK 9089 |

My calculation is wrong.

- True
- False