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  • 1. Graphs- Understanding them
  • 2. •Read simple tables and graphs produced by others and describe in words what they show Taken From: http://dc.doe.in.gov/Standards/AcademicStandards/Stan dardSearch.aspx
  • 3. A graph is a diagram representing a system of connections or interrelations among two or more things by a number of distinctive dots, lines, bars, etc Taken from: www.Dictionary.com
  • 4. A graph or chart is used to present facts in visual form. They are a drawing that displays the relative sizes of numerical quantities. A graph is one of the easiest ways to compare numbers. Taken From: http://42explore.com/graphs.htm
  • 5. Sold per month (in millions) Captain Fruit Cheerios Trix Lucky Crunch Loops Charms Brands
  • 6. Click on it to find out! Sold per month (in millions) Captain Fruit Cheerios Trix Lucky Crunch Loops Charms Brands
  • 7. Sold per month (in millions) Captain Fruit Cheerios Trix Lucky Crunch Loops Charms Brands
  • 8. Click on an answer to see if you were right and click on BACK to look at the graph again
  • 9. Click on an answer to see if you were right
  • 10. •www.dictionary.com • www.doe.in.gov/standards/ • http://42explore.com/graphs.htm

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