Mean, median and mode 

Tables 
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Assessment Questions 
Tables are used to represent data in an organised and simple form.
The following data shows the scores obtained by 34 pupils in a mathematics class.
52 35 40 40 72 38 64 52 72 64 40 45 72 52 38 45 59 52 45 52 52 45 80 40 52 52 64 40 52 80 52 45 72 72
Represent the data in a table using tally marks.
1. In a certain District, each school had one teacher per class. Each class had the same number of pupils. The table below shows the number of pupils in four of the schools. The number of teachers in three of the schools is given.
Number of pupils 
Number of teachers 
480 640 800 1000 
12 16 20 
How many teachers were there in the fourth school?
A. 40 B. 48 C. 24 25
2. A school bus carried 12 passengers on each trip. The table below shows the number of trips made by bus in five days.
Days 
No. of trips 
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday 
10 8 7 8 12 
What is the mean number of passengers in one day?
A. 96 B. 108 C. 60 D. 540
3. The table below shows the number of newspapers Juma sold per day for the following six days of the week.
Mon 
Tue 
Wed 
Thu 
Sat 
Sun 
90 
107 
143 
159 
88 
169 
The mean number if the newspapers sold per day for the whole week was 139. How many newspapers did he sell on Friday?
A. 108 B. 126 C. 139 D.217
4. The table below represents the number of hours Mutuiri worked in one week.
Day 
Mon 
Tue 
Wed 
Thu 
Fri 
Sat 
Sun 
Number of hours 
8 
10 
9 
8 
11 
10 
5 
He earns sh 5 per hour for working 8 hours a day from Monday to Friday. Any hour worked overtime is paid at a rate of sh 10. All work done on Saturday and Sunday is treated as overtime.
How much did Mutuiri earn in that week?
A. 305 B. 330 C. 350 D. 410
5. The table below shows the number of crates of bread sold by a trader in one week.
Days of the week 
Mon 
Tue 
Wed 
Thu 
Fri 
Sat 
Sun 
Number of crates 
14 
21 
12 
20 
10 
24 
15 
A crate of bread sells at sh 96.00. How much money did the trader get for bread sold on Tuesday, Thursday and Friday of that week?
A. Sh 4512 B. Sh 4896 C. Sh 6048 D. Sh 11136
6. The table below shows daily sales of newspapers on one week.
Day of the week 
Sun 
Mon 
Tue 
Wed 
Thu 
Fri 
Sat 
Number of papers sold 
30 
42 
33 
25 
20 
30 
15 
Each Sunday newspapers were sold for sh 8.00 while each of the newspapers for the other days were sold for sh 7.00. How much money was received from newspaper sales during that week?
A. Sh 1155 B. Sh 1365 C. Sh 1395 D. Sh 1560
7. A shopkeeper had money in the form of notes as follows:
Value of notes in shillings 
100 
50 
20 
10 
Number of notes 
8 
24 
35 
14 
If he changed all that money into fiftycent coins, how many coins did he get?
A. 5680 B. 2840 C.1420 D 142000
8. The table below shows how three pupils performed for their school in a sports competition. The number of times each pupil was placed in either 1^{st} or 2^{nd} or 3^{rd} is shown:

1^{st} 
2^{nd} 
3^{rd} 
Nandwa 
2 
3 
0 
Sawe 
2 
2 
3 
Aloo 
4 
1 
1 
If 5 points were awarded for the 1^{st}, 3 points for the 2^{nd} and 1 point for the 3^{rd}, what was the total number of points scored by the pupils for their school?
A. 18 B. 26 C. 62 D. 52
9. The table below shows the ages of a group of pupils.
Ages 
10 years old 
11 years old 
12 years old 
13 years old 
14 years old 
Number of pupils 
2 
6 
14 
16 
10 
This information is to be represented in a pie chart. What angle will represent 14 years olds?
A. 90^{0 }B. 105^{0 }C. 60^{0 }D. 75^{0}
10. The table below shows the number of cars, matatus and buses which transported people to a show.
DAYS 
CARS 
MATATUS 
BUSES 
MONDAY 
43 
18 
8 
TUESDAY 
32 
22 
7 
Each car took 4 people, each matatu 16 people and each bus 60 people. How many people had visited the show by the end of the second day using the three types of vehicles?
A. 160 B. 900 C. 1840 D. 10400
11. The table below shows the number of litres of milk delivered to a dairy for one week.
Weekday 
Sun 
Mon 
Tue 
Wed 
Thu 
Fri 
Sat 
Litres 
44 
45 
42 
48 
46 
49 
41 
On which four consecutive days was the total amount of milk delivered the least?
A. Sun, Mon, Tue, Wed B. Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu
C. Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri D. Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat
12. The table below shows the number of people who voted for the candidates Alo, Bidii and Chache in an election. The Polling Stations were Kilima, Lore, Mengi, and Njia.

POLLING STATIONS 


Kilima 
Lore 
Mengi 
Njia 
Totals 
Candidates ALO 
236 
200 
68 

775 
BIDII 
140 
146 

43 

CHACHE 

307 
15 
100 

TOTALS 
500 

562 


How many more people voted for Bidii than for Chache?
A. 808 B. 546 C. 480 D. 262
13. The table below shows the weight in kilograms of fruits sold by a fruit vendor in two days.

Oranges 
Lemons 
Mangoes 
Pawpaws 
Tuesday 
17 
9 
15 
5 
Thursday 
8 
16 
10 
20 
The price per kilogram was:
Oranges, sh 14, lemons, sh 9 and pawpaws, sh 13. The vendor got a total of sh 1450 for all the fruits. How much money did the vendor get for the sale of mangoes?
A. Sh 350 B. Sh 550
C. Sh 900 D. Sh 1414