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1. Choosing the Appropriate Graph

2. Bar Graph • Display and compare data

3. Circle Graph • Shows how a set of data is divided into parts

4. Venn diagram • Shows relationships between two or more data sets

5. Line Plot • Shows the frequency of values

6. Line Graph • Shows how data changes over a period of time

7. Stem-and-Leaf Plot • Shows how often data values occur and how they are distributed

8. Choose the Appropriate Graph

9. Which type of display would be most appropriate to compare the monthly rainfall for five cities? • Line Graph • Bar Graph • Circle Graph • Stem and Leaf Plot

10. The number of points scored per game by the basketball team during the season • Line graph

11. The number of books read by each student in third period English class • Line plot

12. The percentage of the variety of cakes made by a bakery • Circle graph

13. The number of magazine subscriptions sold by each member of the sales staff. • Bar graph

14. The data gives the number of books 25 students read last summer. 7, 10, 8, 6, 0, 5, 3, 8, 12, 7, 2, 3, 8, 12, 7, 2, 5, 9, 10, 15, 8, 3, 1, 0, 4, 7, 10, 8, 2, 11 • Line Plot or Stem – and - Leaf

15. Which type of graph would be most appropriate to show the distribution of daily high temperatures for a month? • Circle graph • Venn diagram • Stem-and-leaf plot • Line graph

16. Which type of graph would be most appropriate to compare the price of the same TV at five discount stores. • Stem-and-leaf plot • Bar graph • Circle graph • Line plot

17. The distribution of scores of a professional golfer for 20 rounds of golf • Stem-and-leaf or line plot

18. The change in weight over time when the diet of a dog is changed. • Line graph or bar graph

19. The number of points scored by five different basketball players in a game. • Bar graph

20. The distribution of test scores in a math class. • Stem-and-leaf or line plot

21. The students who are in the chess club, the debating club, and the computer club, and the students who are in more than one of those clubs. • Venn diagram

22. The percent of total income a family uses for rent, food, clothing, entertainment, savings and other expenditures • Circle graph

23. The number of visitors to a national park in each of the past five years. • stem-and-leaf plot • Venn diagram • Circle graph • Line graph

24. The part of a whole group that said yes, no, or no opinion in a survey • stem-and –leaf plot • Venn diagram • Circle graph • Line plot

25. The distribution of heights of 30 boys in a gym class. • stem-and-leaf plot • Line graph • Venn diagram • Circle graph

26. The number of students in each of four different clubs. • Circle graph • Bar graph • Line graph • Venn diagram

27. During one school year, Matt reads 16 books, Tama reads 22 books, Rhonda reads 14 books, and Francisco reads 20 books. Would a line graph be an appropriate way to display this data? Explain your answer. • No. A line graph displays changes over time, and this data does not involve time.