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Charts and Tables

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Charts and Tables

Created by Mr. Hemmert

- 15 – Represent categorical data using tables and graphs, including bar graphs, line graphs, and line plots.
- 17 – Represent numerical data using tables and graphs, including bar graphs and line graphs.

- Charts and tables can help you organize data that you collect.
- Most often, you will use a tally chart to collect your data. Each tally mark represents 1.

Number of Ice Cream Cones Eaten by Students

- This is an example of a table.
- You must always have a title for your table.
- From this table, you could create a bar graph to display your data.

Types of Cars in the Robertsdale Elementary School Parking Lot

- This is a tally chart.
- Each tally mark represents 1 unit. Groups of 4 tally marks with a diagonal tally mark represents 5.
- Can you turn this tally chart into a table?

Types of Cars in the Robertsdale Elementary School Parking Lot

Types of Cars in the Robertsdale Elementary School Parking Lot

Tally Chart

Table

- Anna, John William, and Devon went hunting for deer last weekend. They did not kill any deer but they all saw some. Anna saw 8 deer, John William saw 4, and Devon saw 14. How can we represent this data in a table?
- On your handout, create a table for this problem. We will check your work using the next slide.

Rubric

Number of Deer Seen

- 3 points – table is written correctly and a logical title is given for the table.
- 2 points – a table is written correctly but no title is given.
- 1 point – a table is present but not correct and/or no title is given

- I’m going to conduct a survey and create a tally chart on the board.
- The question is, “How did you get to school this morning?”
- Your choices are: car rider, bus, or walker.
- Use the tally chart on the board to create your table.

- 3 points – table is written correctly and a logical title is given for the table.
- 2 points – a table is written correctly but no title is given.
- 1 point – a table is present but not correct and/or no title is given

Neighbor’s Ages

- The following chart shows the ages of 10 of Mr. Hemmert’s neighbors.
- Using this information, make and label another chart showing the number of people that have ages that are between:
- 25 - 39 years
- 40 – 54 years
- 55-69 years
- 70-84 years
- 85-99 years

Neighbor’s Ages

- Complete the rest of the worksheet.
- Try your best and take your time.
- Good Luck!