There are many types of graphs. Learning to read and create graphs is a very useful skill.
The graph above has a title and a scale. Let say that the circles were drawn by David, Peter, John, Brown, and Jennifer.
The title is "number of circles drawn"
The scale used is the following: one circle represents 5 circles.
David drew 15 circles since we have 3 circles and each circle represents 5 circles.
John drew 7.5 circles. How did we get 7.5?
Note that if a circle represents 5 circles, half a circle will represent 5/2 circles or 2.5 circles.
Add 5 circles to 2.5, give 7.5
Exercise:
Construct a pictograph with the following table:
Here is the pictographs:
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1. Think of any positive whole number. No fractions, no decimals,no percents. 2. Double that number. 3. Add 10 to that result in step 2. 4. Divide