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### Juan , devin, jalen

1. 1. Choosing the right graph:Excel and its many uses
2. 2. 1995 X Games One Providence & More of a simple way tooNewport, RI 198000 display data, and shows1996 X Games Two Newport, RI amounts of the numbers in a 200000 chart.1997 X Games Three San Diego, CA 2212001998 X Games Four San Diego, CA 2330001999 X Games Five San Francisco,CA 2750002001 X Games Seven Philadelphia, PA 235000Date not available for the years 2000, 2002,2003, 2004, 2005, 2006
3. 3. Hung-up, ARTIST 23,548 We chose this graphRUN Up, Madonna 20,874 because it’s a better way toMy Humps, Black Eyed Peas 17,311 understand the informationPhotograph, Nickleback 15,143 on the chart.Stickwitu, The pussycat dolls 14,924Laffy Taffy, D4L 13,882Dance, Dance, Fall Out Boy 13,233Gold Digger, Kanye West 12,716Sugar, Were Going Down, Fall Out Boy 11,533There it Go!, Juelz Santana 10,135
4. 4. MTV REQESTED SONGSWe chose thisgraph because itshows the ups anddowns of the datashown below.
5. 5. COMIC BOOK ISSUEPERCENTAGES We chose this to show the percentages of comic books that were issued.
6. 6. Bar Graph Bargraphs are one of the most common types of graph used to display data. Sometimes known as "column charts", bar graphs are most often used to show amounts or the number of times a value occurs. Theamounts are displayed using a vertical bar or rectangle. The taller the bar, the greater number of times the value occurs.
7. 7. Line Graph Linegraphs are often used to plot changes in data over time, such as monthly temperature changes or daily changes in stock market prices. Theycan also be used to plot data recorded from scientific experiments, such as how a chemical reacts to changing temperature or atmospheric pressure.
8. 8. Scatter Plot Graph Scatterplot graphs are used to show trends in data. They are especially useful when you have a large number of data points. Like line graphs, they can be used to plot data recorded from scientific experiments, such as how a chemical reacts to changing temperature or atmospheric pressure.
9. 9. Pie Chart Piecharts, or circle graphs as they are sometimes known, are a little different from the other three types of graphs discussed. For one, pie charts do not use horizontal and vertical axes to plot points like the others. They also differ in that they are used to chart only one variable at a time. As a result, it can only be used to show percentages.