2.
Bar Graph
• Definition:
– Used to compare quantitative data
(numbers) and qualitative data (places or
things).
3.
Bar Graph
• What do they look
like?
They have a
series of bars of
different heights to
show comparison.
4.
Bar Graph
• What are the
different types of bar
graphs?
– Histograms
– Pictograms
5.
Circle Graph
• Definition:
– Used to give a quick view of the
relationships among parts of a whole.
– The values always add up to 100%
6.
Circle Graph
• What do they look
like?
– They are circles with
different amounts
given to their “pie
slices”
7.
Circle Graph
• What are the
different types of
circle graphs?
– Circle graphs can
also be called pie
graphs or pie charts
8.
Line Graph
• Definition:
– Show the relationship between two
quantities as those quantities are
changing.
– They always show data over time
9.
Line Graph
• Temperatures In NY City
• Day Temperature
• What do they look
•
•
1
2
43° F
53° F
like?
• 3 50° F – They have plots on
• 4 57° F
• 5 59° F
each axes and those
• 6 67° F axes are connected
by a line
10.
Line Graph
• What are the
different types of
line graphs?
– There are some
types of line graphs
that have two lines in
the same graph
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