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Bar Graph Lesson

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Kelly Sclafani

on 16 September 2012

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Transcript of Bar Graph Lesson


We use bar graphs to display, study, or compare information. Why do we use bar graphs? Here is an example: What does a bar graph look like? Step 1: Collect data on a topic
of interest. How do I create a bar graph? Step 2: Draw and label the
vertical axis,
horizontal axis, and the scale. Step 3: List the name of each
item on the horizontal axis. Step 4: Draw bars to
represent the information. Step 5: Add a title. What are the parts of a bar graph? Title Horizontal Axis Label Scale Vertical
axis label "Choice" Labels
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