Can you read information from a picture graphs ?
A poll was taken to find people's favorite cupcake flavors. The votes are shown in the picture graph.
How many people voted for Strawberry?
What was the most popular cupcake flavor?
Look for the key to know the value of each picture in a picture graph.
This video looks at how to make a dot plot from information provided in a table.
This video shows us how we can use a dot plot to interpret the results or answer specific questions about the data.
A group of adults is asked: "How old were you when you passed your driving test?".
The responses were:
Create a dot plot to find the most common age for someone in the group to have passed their driving test.
How many people passed their driving test on or after their 19th birthday?
Dot plots show us how many of something, using dots. The key is really important, because it tells us if each dot is worth 1, or more than 1.
uses appropriate methods to collect data and constructs, interprets and evaluates data displays, including dot plots, line graphs and two-way tables