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Have you ever wondered if your classmates have the same “favorites” as you? Is the piano your favorite instrument, too? 1 / 14
What sport do you play? Have you ever wondered if they do the same sorts of things as you? 2 / 14
If you could conduct a survey in your classroom, what would you ask your classmates? 3 / 14
What is your favorite season? 4 / 14
What is your favorite pet? 5 / 14
What is your favorite flavor of ice cream? 6 / 14
How do most of my classmates come to school? Ria wondered: 7 / 14
Which four categories do you think are the most useful for Ria’s survey? Why? 8 / 14
I guess Ria doesn’t think there’ll be too many kids like me. Ria decided on these survey categories: Car, Foot, Bus, and Bike. She thought they would be the most popular. 9 / 14
Can you answer Ria’s question? How do most students in her class come to school? Here are the results of Ria’s survey: 10 / 14 How Most of Ria’s Classmates Come to School
This picture graph shows the same data. 11 / 14 How Most of Ria’s Classmates Come to School
category titles This bar graph shows the same data. 12 / 14
Can you use the graph to solve math problems? 13 / 14
Graphs can help you compare all sorts of data! 14 / 14 Animals Claire Observed in the Amazon
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