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The following dot plot shows the number of students in each section of the school band:
Which section has the least members?
How many people are in the band?
How many more people are there in the Strings section than the Brass section?
This video uses a number of column graph examples and explores some strategies about how to interpret them.
This table shows the number of badges five students sold for a local charity.
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Create a column graph which shows the number of badges by student.
Which student sold the same number of badges as Tara?
This video introduces horizontal bar graphs as an avenue for displaying and interpreting data. Similarities to column graphs are noticed.
The bar graph shows the merit points received by four students in a class.
How many points in total were earned by Tari and Emily?
How many more points did Nayan earn than Ivan?
uses appropriate methods to collect data and constructs, interprets and evaluates data displays, including dot plots, line graphs and two-way tables