Give five examples of data that you can collect from your daytoday life.
Solution:
Following are the data we can collect in our daytoday life which are around us
 Number of houses in our housing society.

Monthly grocery expenses of our home.

Number of people who have used eservices of the state govt. over a year.

Number of students who have enrolled for the Math Olympiad in our school.

Population increase over the decade in our city.
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Give five examples of data that you can collect from your daytoday life.
NCERT Solutions for Class 9 Maths Chapter 14 Exercise 14.1 Question 1
Summary:
Following are the data we can collect in our daytoday life which are around us: (1) Number of houses in our housing society. (2) Monthly grocery expenses of our home. (3) Number of people who have used eservices of the state govt. over a year. (4) Number of students who have enrolled for the Math Olympiad in our school. (5) Population increase over the decade in our city
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