Flashcards in Graphing Skills Notes Deck (18):

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## Which type(s) of graph is used to show data that is continuous?

### Line

2

## Which type(s) of graph is used to show data that is not continuous?

### Bar & pie

3

## Which type(s) of graph uses an x- and a y-axis?

### Line

4

## Which type(s) of graph contains connected points?

### Line

5

## Which type(s) of graph is used to show the relationship of the Independent variable to the Dependent variable?

### Line

6

## Which type(s) of graph is used when the categories add up to 100%?

### Pie

7

## Which type(s) of graph is used to present data as 'part of a whole'?

### Pie

8

## Which type(s) of graph is used to compare descriptive data like amounts, percentages, or categories?

### Bar & Pie

9

## Which type(s) of graph is used when there is no order to the categories on the x-axis?

### Bar

10

## Do bars on a bar graph usually touch?

### No

11

## Which graph would work best to show the amount of each color of M&M's in a bag?

### Bar

12

## Which graph would work best to show the heating of a pan of water over time?

### Line

13

## Which graph would work best to show the number of students earning A's, B's, & C's?

### Bar

14

## Which graph would work best to show the percentage of each gas in the air?

### Pie

15

## Which graph would work best to show the percentage of allowance spent on different things?

### Pie

16

## Which graph would work best to show height change over a 15 year period?

### Line

17

## What does the graph-labeling acronym TAILS stand for?

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Title (Y vs. X)

Axis (IV=X, DV=Y)

Interval (What you count by based on the scale)

Label (Axis' are labeled including units)

Scale (Find max & min values for graph)

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