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Representing and Analyzing Data 3,9,5,2,7,9,6,4,10,1,9, First, before finding the mode, median, range, we should_______________ What is the mode? ______ What is the range? ______ What is the median?______

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Bar Graph What you need: – Title – Scale – Labels on both the x and y axis. – A bar for each group of data. – A colorful graph is more eye catching to an audience.

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Line Plot What you need: -Title -base line -labels beneath each group on the line -XS that represent each piece of data.

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Pictograph What you need: – Title – Key – Scale on one axis – Pictures that represent a certain number of each of your data,

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Tally Table(Chart) What you need: – Title – Two columns One column for category name One category for tally marks representing each piece of information.

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Pie Chart What you need: – Title – An empty circle (can be divided into the same number of slices as the number of pieces of data that you have. – Label inside of the like slices or a key.

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Line Graph What you need: – Title – Scale on one axis, and labels of each category on the other axis. – Labels for each axis. – A plotted dot for each category. – A line to connect the dots.

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Now… Which two graphs will you be completing? I will assign your group one graph, and your group will choose your second graph.

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