Class 7 Maths Chapter 3 Exercise 3.1 Pdf Notes NCERT Solutions

Class 7 Maths Chapter 3 Data Handling Exercise 3.1 pdf notes:-

Class 7 Maths Chapter 3 Exercise 3.1 Pdf Notes

Exercise 3.1 Class 7 maths Chapter 3 Pdf Notes:-

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COLLECTING DATA
The data about the temperatures of cities (Table 3.1) can tell us many things, but it cannot
tell us the city which had the highest maximum temperature during the year. To find that, we
need to collect data regarding the highest maximum temperature reached in each of these
cities during the year. In that case, the temperature chart of one particular date of the year,
as given in Table 3.1 will not be sufficient.
This shows that a given collection of data may not give us a specific information related
to that data. For this we need to collect data keeping in mind that specific information. In
the above case the specific information needed by us, was about the highest maximum
temperature of the cities during the year, which we could not get from Table 3.1
Thus, before collecting data, we need to know what we would use it for.
Given below are a few situations.
You want to study the
– Performance of your class in Mathematics.
– Performance of India in football or in cricket.
– Female literacy rate in a given area, or
– Number of children below the age of five in the families around you.
What kind of data would you need in the above situations? Unless and until you collect
appropriate data, you cannot know the desired information. What is the appropriate data
for each?
Discuss with your friends and identify the data you would need for each.
Some of this data is easy to collect and some difficult.
3.3 ORGANISATION OF DATA
When we collect data, we have to record and organise it. Why do we need to
do that? Consider the following example.
Ms Neelam, class teacher wanted to find how children had performed
in English. She writes down the marks obtained by the students in the
following way:
23, 35, 48, 30, 25, 46, 13, 27, 32, 38
In this form, the data was not easy to understand. She also did not know whether her
impression of the students matched their performance.

REPRESENTATIVE VALUES
You might be aware of the term average and would have come across statements involving
the term ‘average’ in your day-to-day life:
 Isha spends on an average of about 5 hours daily for her studies.

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