The main aim of information processing is to enable the learners to count, compare and assume information such as invitees coming to attend a birthday party, sort out the library books, food production, the number of pupils taking food in the mid-day meal scheme and the various occupations of their parents.
The teacher asked a student named Dinu to collect the pictures of his favourite sports articles and Dinu collected the same and handed it over to the teacher quickly. Let us see how is it possible for him to do it quickly.
He tabulated the same as follows, then the teacher asked questions to classify the details of sports articles.
Let us know what the teacher asked dinu?
1. Find the total number of pictures?
2. How many students like cricket bat?
3. How many students like football?
4. How many students draw Carrom board?
5. How many students like hockey stick?