CLASS-8

BOARD: CBSE

Mathematic Worksheet - 12

TOPIC: Graphs

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The pie chart or a pie graph is a method of representing a given numerical data in the form of sectors of a circle.

Central angle of the component =

**SECTION – I(OBJECTIVE)**

**Directions (Q.1 to 5): the circle graph given here shows the spending of a country on various sports during a particular year. Study the graph carefully and answer the questions given below it.**

**1. What percent of the total spending is spent on tennis?**

(A) 25/2%

(B) 2/25%

(C) 25%

(D) 45%

**2. How much percent more is spent on Hockey than that on golf?**

(A) 27

(B) 35%

(C) 37.5%

**(D) 75%**

**3. How much percent less is spent on football than that on Cricket?**

(A) 200/9 %

(B) 27%

(C) 200/3%

(D) 75 /2 %

**4. If total amount spent on sports during the year was Rs 2 crores, then amount spent on cricket and hockey together was :**

(A) Rs8,00,000

(B) Rs 80,00,000

(C) Rs 1,20,00,000

(D) Rs 1,60,000

**5. If total amount spent on sports during the year be Rs 1,80,00,000 the amount spent on Basketball exceeds that on Tennis by:**

(A) Rs 2,50,000

(B) Rs 3,60,000

(C) Rs 3,75,000

(D) Rs 4,10,000

**6. Position of point (-6, 0)on graph paper is-**

(A) on OY’

(B) on OX’

(C) in the second quadrant

(D) in the fourth quadrant

**7. ABCD is a square whose vertices are A(3, 0) and B(0, 5) then the area of square is**

(A) 9 sq. unit

(B) 15 sq. unit

(C) 25 sq. unit

(D) 34 sq. unit

**1. The number of students admitted in different faculties of a college are:**

Faculty |
Science |
Arts |
Commerce |
Law |
Education |
Total |

No. of students | 1000 | 1200 | 650 | 450 | 300 | 3600 |

Construct the pie chart for the following distribution.

**2. Given pie chart represents the expenditure on different items in constructing a flat in a metro city. Find the percentage expenditure on different items reading the pie chart, if the cost of the flat is Rs 5, 40,000. Find the following:**

i. The expenditure incurred on steel and cement separately.

ii. Difference of expenditures incurred on timber and bricks.

1) A

2) D

3) C

4) B

5) A

6) B

7) D

2) Rs 112500; Rs 6000