## Tables

A table is a systematic and orderly arrangement of information, facts, or data using rows and columns for presentation, which make it easier for better understanding.

Example: Fiona, who loves eating noodles, is a fervent consumer of Indomie. At ₦100, she bought 20 packs of Indomie. At ₦80, she bought 40 packs. At ₦60, she bought 60 packs. When the price came down to ₦40, she bought 80 packs. And, when it was finally brought down to ₦20, she bought 100 packs of Indomie.

Use the above information to construct a table.

**Packs of Indomie Bought by Fiona at Different Prices**

PRICE OF INDOMIE | QUANTITY BOUGHT |

₦100 | 20 packs |

₦80 | 40 packs |

₦60 | 60 packs |

₦40 | 80 packs |

₦20 | 100 packs |

### Importance of Tables

- A table helps to summarise the data presented.
- It assists in orderly arrangement of data.
- A table eases comparison between different classes of data.
- It helps one understand data easily.
- It makes it easier and faster to make decisions.