Notes on Data and Bar Graph - Section 2: Comparing types of graphs and their purpose

Notes on Data and Bar Graph

Graphing Meaningful Data

Unit 3: Graphing and Data
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Big Idea: Students use their timed test scores to create a bar graph that compares their progress in learning math facts.

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Mary Ellen Kanthack

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