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Tables 1 Tables are used to show information in a clear and tidy way. The following table shows the eye colour of a 3 rd year class Eye colourNumber of pupils Blue8 Green7 Brown4 Green/brown2 1. How many pupils have green eyes? 2. How many pupils are in the class? 3. How many pupils dont have blue eyes?

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Tables 2 The following table shows the prices of fruit at a small shop. FruitPrice Bananas£0.23 each Grapes£1.55 a pack Apples£0.35 each Kiwi£0.42 each Work out the cost of these orders with a calculator. 1. 3 bananas + 2 apples 2. A pack of grapes and a kiwi 3. 2 apples and 2 kiwis 4. 2 packs of grapes 5. 3 kiwis and a banana 6. 3 packs of grapes and an apple

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Tables 3 Put the following information in a table in your workbook. 1. A group of students were asked who their favourite pop star was. 6 liked Beyonce, 8 liked Rihanna, 5 liked Britney Spears and 2 liked Girls Aloud. 2.Another group of students were asked what job they wanted when they left school. 8 chose hairdressing, 5 chose construction, 3 chose a chef and 4 chose IT.

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Charts 1 A chart is another way of showing information. The difference between tables and charts is that charts use symbols. These can take the form of a picture or tally marks. The following chart shows the favourite sports of 3 rd year. Football Rugby Swimming Basketball = 2 people 1.What was the most popular sport? 2.How many chose rugby? 3.How many people were asked? 4. How many did not choose football?

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Charts 2 The following chart shows the favourite TV shows of 3 rd year. 1.What was the most popular programme? 2.How many chose the X-Factor? 3.How many chose EastEnders? 4. How many were asked altogether? X-Factor Hollyoaks EastEnders The Bill

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Charts 3 Put the following information in a chart in your Workbook. 1.A group of students were asked their ideal holiday destination. Pick a suitable symbol to represent the information. 12 chose Florida, 8 chose Spain, 2 chose Egypt and 4 chose Australia. 2.A group of students were asked to name their favourite car. Use tally marks to represent the information. 7 chose a Porsche, 7 chose a Ferrari, 5 chose a Bentley and 12 chose a Hummer.

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Bar graphs 1 A bar graph is another way of showing information in a clear and tidy way. This one shows the favourite films of a group of pupils. 876543210876543210 Star Harry Iron James Wars Potter Man Bond 1. What was the most popular film? 2. How many people chose Harry Potter as their favourite film? 3.How many chose Star Wars? 4.How many were asked altogether?

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Bar graphs 2 This bar graph shows the favourite types of trainers in a group of students. 16 14 12 10 8 6 4 2 0 Puma Lacoste Nike Adidas 1. What was the most popular make of trainers? 2. How many people chose these? 3.How many voted for Puma? 4.Which two makes got the same vote?

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Bar graphs 3 Put the following information into a bar graph in your workbook. 1. A group of students were asked their shoe size. 4 took size 4, 6 took size 5, 9 took size 6 and 2 took size 7. 2.A group of students were asked their favourite newspaper. 15 chose the Daily Record, 14 chose The Sun, 2 chose The Herald and 8 chose the Evening Times.

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Following directions 1 This is a map of an area of Aberdeen. 1.You are standing outside Lauras house and are going to go to Annas house. What are the directions? 2. You are now outside Annas house and need directions to Barrys house. How do you get there? 3.You are now standing outside Barrys house and are going to go to Tonys house. What are the directions? Barry Nick Anna Laura Sean Tony

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Following directions 2 This is a map of Mount Florida in Glasgow. 1.What streets do you go on if you walk from Hampden Park to the coffee shop? Flats Coffee shop Church Bank Newsagent Bolton Drive Clincart Road Cathcart Road Park Road Hill Street 2. What is across the road from the bank? 3. What are the directions from the coffee shop to the church? Hampden Park

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Understanding tables When there is a lot of information relating to one thing, it can be much clearer and easier to understand if it is displayed in a.

Understanding tables When there is a lot of information relating to one thing, it can be much clearer and easier to understand if it is displayed in a.

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