Student Work: Completed Table and Bar Graph - Section 3: Activity

Student Work: Completed Table and Bar Graph

Graphing Using a Frequency Table

Unit 15: Surveys and Graphing
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Big Idea: Multiple graphs can represent the same data set and make the information easier to understand.

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