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5.1. “I can read, construct, and interpret frequency tables, circle graphs , and line graphs.”. Why is this important to know?.

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5 1

5.1

“I can read, construct, and interpret frequency tables, circle graphs, and line graphs.”


Why is this important to know

Why is this important to know?

  • Graphs and charts are great because they communicate information visually. For this reason, graphs are often used in newspapers, magazines and businesses around the world.

  • Graphs or charts can help impress people by getting your point across quickly and visually.


Vocabulary

Vocabulary

  • Circle graph - show a set of data as a circle _________ into regions. This type of graph helps you compare parts to the whole.

  • The percentages in a circle graph always add up to _________ %.


More vocab

More Vocab

  • Line of Symmetry - a figure that can be folded into half so that the two parts ________ exactly.

  • Similar - Same shape. ___________ size.


Circle graph

Circle Graph

  • 10 students went to the game. 6 of the students wore a coat. 3 students wore a sweatshirt and 1 student wore a T-shirt.

  • Part to a whole: Fraction


Constructing a circle graph

Constructing a Circle Graph

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  • Key

  • Make sure the pieces on the circle graph match the size of the number.

  • All the parts must add up to the whole or 100%.


Line of symmetry

Line of Symmetry


Similar

Similar


What did we learn today

What did we learn today?

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Activity

Activity

  • Work in groups to complete the activity on the back.

  • Part to Whole


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