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Vocabulary words Bar graph-a graph that uses bars to show dataPicture graph- a graph that uses pictures to show data
Circle Graph/Pie Graph
Circle Graph/Pie Graph
Bar Graph- it may go in either direction
Vocabulary words Tally mark-a mark that shows one piece of dataImage from Tally chart –a chart that uses tally marks to record
Gathering information from a tally chart
Parts of a graph title↓ label→ Units →
Data-related action wordscollect - collect your data
Data-related action wordscollect interpret represent graph
Data-related action wordsRepresent - find a way to show your information by using one of the many graphs.(bar, line, picture, pie, or a tally chart)
Data-related action wordsGraph -A diagram of values, usually shown as lines or bars Definition from:
I use ____ to show data in a bar graph.2. I use ____ to show data in a tally chart. 3. I use ____ to show data in a picture graph. pictures bars tally marks
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? ______.
1.4 Stem-and-Leaf Plots, Histograms, and Circle Graphs Objectives: Make and interpret a stem-and-leaf plot, a histogram Standards: 2.6.5A Organize and.
Chapter 11 Data and Graphs (part 1). Day….. 1.Misleading GraphsMisleading Graphs 2.Frequency Tables and Tally ChartsFrequency Tables and Tally Charts.
Envision Math - 3rd Grade - Topic 4 Data Topic 4.1
Section 3.2 ~ Picturing Distributions of Data
TYPES OF GRAPHS.
created by Judith Self Organizing Data by: Using Line Plots Describing Data (mean, median,mode, and range) Making Charts or Graphs(bar graphs,circle.
Math Vocabulary Chapter 15 Data Information collected about people or things.
Look at the pictures that follow and be prepared to tell your partner what emotion is being shown in the picture.
1 12/3/03 Math warm-up Draw an example of each a line graph, bar graph, and a circle graph. (without exact numbers) Label it. When would you use a line.
Graphs Graphs are used to display data. They visually represent relationships between data. All graphs should have a title that identifies the variables.
Making and Understanding Graphs What is a graph? A graph is a “picture” of your data.
Pie Charts and Bar Graphs August 23, The Pie Chart Steps for making a Pie Chart Example Pie Chart Draw a circle Change the percent to a decimal.
Graphing Data in Science Looking for a pattern. Why use a graph? Easier to analyze data Visualize patterns in the data Looks for trends.
How can we show information in a chart or graph? Bar Graphs Pie Charts.
Line Graphs A line graph is a way to summarize how two pieces of information are related and how they vary depending on one another. The numbers along.
Science Process Skills. Observe- using our senses to find out about objects, events, or living things. Classify- arranging or sorting objects, events,
Copyright © 2014 Pearson Education. All rights reserved Picturing Distributions of Data LEARNING GOAL Be able to create and interpret basic.
Special Features of Informational Text “A picture is worth a thousand words.”
Creating a picture of your data
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