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Pictograph - Lesson Summary

After collecting and organizing of the data , to extract some useful information can be presented pictorially. It is very conveniently and quickly to understand the data. The picture visually helps you to understand the data.

Pictograph:
A picture that visually helps us to understand data is called a pictograph. A pictograph represents data in the form of pictures, objects or parts of objects. 

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In real life, pictographs are used by newspapers and magazines to attract the attention of the readers.  A pictograph helps us to answer questions on the data at a glance. To draw pictographs, we use symbols to represent a certain number of things or items. 

For example, a figure of each bulb represents 100 bulbs. 
The key for a pictograph tells the number that each picture or symbol represents.

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