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Types of Graphs By: Mrs. Mowery
Histograms Definition --Histogram is a special type of bar graph that uses intervals of equal size.
Amount of Books Read by 6th Grade Students
Think about it… When would you need to create a histogram?
You could use a histogram to compare…The number of siblings a person has. The number of books read. The number of CD’s someone owns. The amount of pets someone has. The amount of money someone earns.
Steps for Creating a HistogramStep 1: Create your Survey Decide what you are going Survey or Chart. Record the data. Remember you need to survey something that can use intervals.
Steps for Creating a HistogramStep 2: Gather Data Divide the Data into equal sized intervals. Create a frequency table. Record tallies and count the frequency.
Number of CDs Number of People (Tally) Frequency 0-5 4 6-10 1 1 1 3 11-15
Steps for Creating a HistogramStep 3:Draw your histogram. Choose a vertical scale. Title the graph Label the horizontal axis and vertical axis.
Circle Graph Definition:Circle Graph is a graph in the shape of a circle that shows fractions/ percents. It is used to compare part to whole. Also known as the Pie Chart
Think about… When would you need to create a circle graph?
You could use a circle graph to compare/ show…Favorite team sport Favorite flavor of ice cream How you spend the hours of a day Monthly budget percentages
Steps for Creating a Circle GraphStep 1 : Create your Survey Decide what you are going to survey Make sure it is something that compares part to whole
Steps for Creating a Circle GraphStep 2: Gather Data Create a frequency table that includes: Choices, Fraction, Decimal, and Percents
Favorite Team Fraction Decimal Percent Bengal 12/20 0.60 60% Browns 8/20 0.40 40%
To go from a fraction to a decimal-Divide the numerator by the denominator. Example: 12 /
To go from a decimal to a percent- Multiply by 100.Ex: x 100 = 60 %
Steps for Creating a Circle GraphStep 3: Draw your circle graph Place a dot in the center. Estimate the fraction to shade. Include labels, percents, and an appropriate title.
Hints on Drawing a circle graph.Draw a dot in the center of the circle. Start with the easiest percent to graph. Ex: 25% = 1/4, 50% = 1/2, 75% = 3/4 Ex: 33% = 1/3, 67% = 2/3
Learning Targets….I can
Jeopardy Fraction Review Equivalent fractions Fractions, decimals & percents Circle Graphs Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400.
Warm Up Write the equivalent percent. Find each value % of 360
Copyright © 2011 Pearson Education, Inc. Statistical Reasoning.
MEL 4E. Graphing data can make it easier to quickly see trends. There are different types of graphs which each show and compare data.
T-3 Histograms. Histogram Basics A histogram is a special type of bar graph that measures the frequency of data Horizontal axis: represents values in.
Displaying Data: Graphs
Copyright © 2013, 2009, and 2007, Pearson Education, Inc. Chapter 2 Exploring Data with Graphs and Numerical Summaries Section 2.2 Graphical Summaries.
8.1 Types of Data Displays Remember to Silence Your Cell Phone and Put It In Your Bag!
Bar Graphs and Line Graphs Lesson 7-4. Bar Graph A bar graph uses vertical or horizontal bars to display numerical information. Bar graphs can be used.
1.1 Displaying and Describing Categorical & Quantitative Data.
Notes 51 Histograms.
Frequency Tables Histograms. Frequency-How often something happens. Frequency Table- A way to organize data in equal intervals. Histogram- Shows how frequently.
The circle graph shows the results of a survey about favorite types of muffins. Find the central angle measure of the sector that shows the percent of.
Changing Percents to a Fraction #3 To change a percent to a fraction you need to first write the numerator over 100. Next simplify the fraction.
Warm Up Problem Solve for x: 6x + 1 = 37. Histograms Lesson 12-2.
EXAMPLE 2 Making a Frequency Table Roller Coasters 66.4, 94.5, 68.3, 115, 62.5, 97, 66.4, 126.5, 63.4, 74.7, 63.4, 70.1, 66.4, 64.9, 63.7, 79, 63.4, 63.1,
A graph made of a circle divided into sectors. Also called pie graph.
Pets with Bad Breath! Fractions, decimals, percents.
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