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- 1. 3D Graphs • Fold piece of paper in half.
- 2. 3D graphs • Open the piece of paper and use the fold as the x-axis. • Draw the graph from a data set as normal for a bar graph, ensuring there is an equal space between the bars.
- 3. 3D graphs • “Reflect” the bars equally in the x-axis.
- 4. 3D graphs • Fold the piece of paper in half and cut along the edges of the bars. • Ensure both sides of the bars line up… • Don’t cut the top of the bar or you will cut it out!
- 5. 3D graphs • Open the paper half way and poke each of the bars through from behind.
- 6. 3D graphs • You now have a 3D graph. • I have used graph paper here (and stuck it to card) however, for a more able group, using a pencil and ruler to draw the graph.