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What about Graphs & Charts?

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  1. What about Graphs & Charts? Click on chart to fade out

  2. Not sure about which graph to use? Confused between bar charts, line 
graphs, and pie charts? Let's explore Charts.

  3. A Line Graph Line graphs are used to track changes 
over short and long periods of time. When smaller changes exist, line graphs 
are better to use than bar graphs.

  4. Let's analyze the data on this chart. Let's make a line graph.

  5. A Bar Chart Bar charts are used to compare things 
between different groups or to track changes 
over time. However, when trying to measure change 
over time, bar charts are best when the 
changes are larger.

  6. Let's analyze the data on this chart. Let's make a bar chart.

  7. A Pie Chart Pie charts are best to use when you are 
trying to compare parts of a whole. They do not show changes over time.

  8. Let's analyze the data on this chart. Let's make a Pie Chart.

  9. Venn Diagram The Venn Diagram is made up of two or more 
overlapping circles. It is often used in 
mathematics to show relationships between 
sets. Venn Diagrams are useful for examining 
similarities and differences. This activity enables students to organize 
similarities and differences visually .

  10. Let's analyze the data on this chart. Yellow Marbles Red Marbles Let's make a venn diagram. = 1 student Green Marbles

  11. Pictograph A pictograph uses pictures or symbols to 
represent an assigned amount of data. A pictograph takes the form of a bar 
graph. The key for a pictograph tells the number 
that each picture or symbol represents.

  12. Let's analyze the data on this chart. Let's make a pictograph.

  13. Nick, an analyst at a shipping company, reviewed historic 
postal rates in order to predict future rate increases.

  14. The students in Mr. Smith's class recorded the 
number of siblings that each student has. How many students have at least 2 siblings? 3 7 12 23

  15. What was the stock price on Wednesday? 4 8 9 5

  16. Electoral Votes by States Use the Data in the tally chart to complete 
the missing row in the pictograph. Each = 2 votes Click on Star for answer.

  17. Which shape is at (3, 2)? 5 4 3 2 1 0 1 2 3 4 Push Button for answer.