Unit 4 lesson 1 introduction to charts

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Unit 4 lesson 1 introduction to charts

  1. 1. Unit 4- Lesson 1 Introduction toCharts: Choosing the Right Graph By: Trevor Campbell and Kourtney Kelley
  2. 2. Summary We graphed the most popular iTunes song downloaded using a bar graph.
  3. 3. Purpose We chose a bar graph because it shows the number of times a song has been downloaded.Analysis The bar graph shows that Madonna’s song, Hung Up was the most downloaded and There it Go! By Juelz Santana was the least downloaded on iTunes.
  4. 4. Summary We graphed the number of people in attendance in the History of the X Games using a line graph.
  5. 5. Purpose We chose a line graph to represent the X Games data to show the changes in attendance over the years.Analysis The line graph shows that in 1999 the X Games had almost 30,00 people in attendance and in 1995 it had just below 20,00 people in attendance. The graph displays the growth of people over time attending the X Games.
  6. 6. Summary We graphed the MTV Retired Videos and how weeks the song topped the charts at #1.
  7. 7. Purpose We chose a bar graph because it shows the number of times a song landed on #1 on MTV.Analysis The bar graph shows that Gwen Stefani’s song, Hollaback Girl spent the most weeks at #1 and Wake up by Hilary Duff spent the least weeks at #1.
  8. 8. Summary We graphed the total number of sales from Diamond Comic Distributers in March of 2006 using a pie graph.
  9. 9. Purpose We chose a pie graph to represent the percentages of each comic book sale in March 2006.Analysis The pie graph illustrations that in March 2006 the top comic book order was the Infinite Crisis bringing in 11% of the sales with an estimated $201,800. The Batman Comic book brought in the least amount of revenue with on $69,800 and 4% of the total the sales.

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