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Creating Data Tables and Graphs

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--All data tables and graphs must have titles. --Units should also be included (where appropriate).

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Data Tables Body Mass (kg)Bicycling (calories) Basketball (calories) Sitting (calories) Calories Burned in 30 Minutes of Activity

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Data tables are used to organize and record measurements that you make. Include columns and rows. Those are labeled and include units. Data Tables

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Body Mass (kg)Bicycling (calories) Basketball (calories) Sitting (calories) Calories Burned in 30 Minutes of Activity

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Bar and Line Graphs Horizontal axis is the x-axis, vertical axis is the y-axis Y (responding variable) X (manipulated variable)

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Make sure the each axis is labeled The vertical axis (y-axis) should be labeled with the responding variable, the horizontal axis (x- axis) should be labeled with the manipulated variable Include units Bar and Line Graphs

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Line Graphs Minimum wage ($)

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Used to display data that shows how one variable (the responding variable) changes in response to another variable (the manipulated variable) Line Graphs

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Bar Graphs

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Used to display data in a number of separate categories The lengths of the bars are used to represent and compare data. Bar Graphs

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Double Bar Graphs

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Used to display data 2 sets of data. The two bars of each measurement are shown next to each other. Double Bar Graphs

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Pie Charts

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Used to display data in a number of separate categories Circle graphs can only be used when the data can be expressed as percentages of a whole. Pie Charts

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