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Internet Questions:   Graphing Unit            

Graphing Tutorial I             Tutorial II


What are Data Tables ?   LESSON REVIEW
  1. A data table is information organized in labeled ____ and ____ .
  2. Should you plan a data table before you DO the experiment?
  3. Is it ok to change the data of your data table?
  4. It is ok to redo you data table to make it more readable?
Practice: Data Tables



What are Circle Graphs ?   LESSON REVIEW

  1. What geometric shape makes a circle graph?

  2. The percentages of a circle graph = ___ ?

  3. The lines of circle graph start at the ____ and extend out to the ____ ?

  4. Where should you TRY to label the percentages of a circle graph?

  5. Do the wedges of a circle graph have to be exact?

Practice: Circle Graphs


 

What are Variables ?  LESSON REVIEW

  1. Name the two variable which every experiment must have.

  2. What is another word for a manipulated variable?

  3. What is another word for an responding variable?

  4. What is the difference between a manipulated variable and a responding variable?


What are Bar Graphs?   LESSON REVIEW

  1.  A bar graph is a diagram where separate items are represented by ____ ?

  2.  What is the first step in a  bar graph?

  3.  What is the second step in a bar graph?

  4.  What must the axis include in a bar graph?

  5.  After you fill in the bars of the graph, is it complete?

Practice: Bar Graphs


What are Line Graphs #1   LESSON REVIEW       

  1. What are the FIVE steps in "graphing anything"?

Practice: Line Graphs


What are Line Graphs #2 ?  LESSON REVIEW       

  1.  Observations are often recorded in a ______.

  2.  We  _____ our data table by making  ______.

  3.  One way to _____ our data is by using graphs.

  4.  Any point on the graph has two value: an  ___ coordinate and a  ____ coordinate.


What are Double Line Graphs ?   LESSON REVIEW

  1.  How can you use a graph to predict?

  2.  How can you use a graph to make inferences?

  3.  What is the difference between extrapolation and interpolation?


What are Characteristic of Line Graphs? #4 ?   LESSON REVIEW  

  1.  Draw a best fit graph.

  2.  Draw an inversely proportional graph.

  3.  Draw a directly proportional graph.

  4. Explain how the values of "x" and "y" change for a directly and indirect graphs.

 

Are you ready for the test Questions?

  1.  Where does the manipulated variable go on a line graph?

  2.  What is another name for a manipulated variable?

  3.  Where does the responding variable go on a line graph?

  4.  What is another name for a responding variable?


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Performance Assessment:  Freezing Water

 

More Graph Problems: Water vs. Soil Double Line Problem

 

Great Graphing Worksheets:   Graphing Problems




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