 # Data Handling

65. The information collected in term of numbers is called

• (A) Data
• (B) Frequency
• (C) Class interval
• (D) Range

64. Data available in an unorganised form are called

• (A) Range
• (B) Frequency
• (C) Class interval
• (D) Raw data

63. The number of times a particular observation occurs in a given data is called its

• (A) Raw data
• (B) Frequency
• (C) Class interval
• (D) Range

62. When the data are large, they can be arranged in groups and each group is known as

• (A) Histogram
• (B) Class Interval
• (C) Frequency Distribution table
• (D) Range

61. A table showing the frequencies of various observations or class intervals of a given data is called a

• (A) Histogram
• (B) Class Interval
• (C) Frequency Distribution table
• (D) Range

60. The upper value of a class interval is called its

• (A) Upper Class Limit
• (B) Class Interval
• (C) Frequency Distribution table
• (D) Range

59. The lower value of a class interval is called its

• (A) Lower Class Limit
• (B) Class Interval
• (C) Frequency Distribution table
• (D) Range

58. The height of a rectangle in a histogram shows the

• (A) Width of the class
• (B) Upper limit of the class
• (C) Lower limit of the class
• (D) Frequency of the class

57. A geometric representation showing the relationship between a whole and its parts is a

• (A) Pie chart
• (B) Histogram
• (C) Bar graph
• (D) Pictograph

56. The difference between the upper class limit and lower class limit of a class is called the

• (A) Lower Class Limit
• (B) Class Interval
• (C) Frequency Distribution table
• (D) Width

55. Tally marks are used to find

• (A) Class intervals
• (B) Range
• (C)  Frequency
• (D) Upper limit

54. The difference between the lowest and the highest observation in a given data is called its

• (A) Lower Class Limit
• (B) Class Interval
• (C) Range
• (D) Width

53. A type of bar diagram, where the class intervals are shown on the horizontal axis and the heights of the bars (rectangles) show the frequency of the class interval is known as

• (A) Lower Class Limit
• (B) Histogram
• (C) Range
• (D) Width

52. Another name of pie chart is

• (A) Circle graph
• (B) Histogram
• (C) Bar graph
• (D) Pictograph

51. There are certain experiments whose outcomes have an equal chance of occurring. Such outcomes are said to be

• (A) Equally likely
• (B) Random experiment
• (C) Frequency
• (D) Pictograph

50. The range of the data 9, 8, 4, 3, 2, 1, 6, 4, 8, 10, 12, 15, 4, 3 is

• (A) 15
• (B) 14
• (C) 12
• (D) 10

49. In the class interval 250 – 275, 250 is known as the

• (A) Lower class limit
• (B) Upper class limit
• (C) Frequency
• (D) Histogram