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Day Nine

Day Nine

Day Nine Complete the budget spreadsheet Calculator pie chart Enrollment (more charts) Day nine charts plus more charts A Monthly Budget $36,000 annual salary Take home pay (?) Monthly expenses Food $400 Rent $700 Car payment $250 Electric + gas $250 Insurance $200

By Audrey
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Graphing

Graphing

Graphing Types of Graphs Pie Charts XY Graphs Bar Charts What type of graph to use? Pie Charts Limited in their applicability Can only be used when you have a quantitative variable associated with a list of categories where BOTH the categories and the quantities each add up to a WHOLE

By issac
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Chapter 3 Section 1

Chapter 3 Section 1

Chapter 3 Section 1 Reading graphs Plotting points Estimating Values Warm-up Solve the following: Give set-builder, interval, and number line Graphs A graph is a picture representation of A function OR A set of data Graphs come in many styles Bar graph Pie chart line graph

By Lucy
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Presenting Work: Graphics and Charts

Presenting Work: Graphics and Charts

Presenting Work: Graphics and Charts. Letts Chapter 14. Computer Graphics. Computer graphics refers to any pictures or graphs produced using a computer. Drawing and Design Packages. Drawing and design packages include packages for: freehand drawing and ‘painting’;

By HarrisCezar
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Presenting Work: Graphics and Charts

Presenting Work: Graphics and Charts

Presenting Work: Graphics and Charts. Computer Graphics. Computer graphics refers to any pictures or graphs produced using a computer. Drawing and Design Packages. Drawing and design packages include packages for: freehand drawing and ‘painting’; image manipulation;

By medwin
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What type of graph should be made?

What type of graph should be made?

What type of graph should be made?. Bar graph. Why?. Because there is only 1 set of measurements for 5 separate categories. What type of graph should be made?. line graph. Why?. Because there 2 sets data measurements (manipulated and responding variable). What type of graph should be made?.

By Solomon
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Frequency Distributions

Frequency Distributions

Frequency Distributions. PSY 211 8-29-07. Frequency Distribution. Definition: Table/graph showing number of participants in each category. If I gave a 5-point quiz to a class, the distribution of scores might look like this:.

By albert
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Bar Graphs, Histograms, Line Graphs

Bar Graphs, Histograms, Line Graphs

Bar Graphs, Histograms, Line Graphs. Arizona State Standard – Solve problems by selecting, constructing, interpreting, and calculating with displays of data. S2C1PO1. Objective. I will be able to use a bar graph to represent data. I will be able to read and construct histograms.

By Samuel
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PSY 307 – Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences

PSY 307 – Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences

PSY 307 – Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences. Chapter 2 – Describing Data with Tables and Graphs. Class Progress To-Date. Math Readiness. Descriptives. Midterm next Monday. Frequency Distributions. One of the simplest forms of measurement is counting

By teneil
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10-1

10-1

10-1. Organizing and Displaying Data. Warm Up. Lesson Presentation. Lesson Quiz. Holt McDougal Algebra 1. Holt Algebra 1. Warm Up Write the equivalent percent. 1. 2. 3. Find each value. 4. 20% of 360 5. 75% of 360 6. 20%. 12.5%. 25%. 72. 270. 24. Objectives.

By denim
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Example of a poorly drawn, cluttered figure. Figure 1. Elliptical, diamond, and hexagonal excisions and sites of initia

Example of a poorly drawn, cluttered figure. Figure 1. Elliptical, diamond, and hexagonal excisions and sites of initia

Example of a poorly drawn, cluttered figure. Figure 1. Elliptical, diamond, and hexagonal excisions and sites of initial suture placement. Example of an improved, less cluttered figure. Figure 1. Elliptical, diamond, and hexagonal excisions and sites of initial suture placement.

By ronald
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Creating and Using Data Folders Presented by Sally Duncan & Soren Gormley

Creating and Using Data Folders Presented by Sally Duncan & Soren Gormley

Creating and Using Data Folders Presented by Sally Duncan & Soren Gormley. Possible Data Folder Components. Personal Information Mission Statements & Goals Graphs of assessments aligned to Content Standards Other Behavior Homework. Personal Information Lotus.

By azana
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SCIENCE FAIR Mini-Lesson #5

SCIENCE FAIR Mini-Lesson #5

SCIENCE FAIR Mini-Lesson #5. Finishing Your Science Fair Project. Let’s Begin……. Use your blue folders to find the answers to the questions in “Finishing Your Project” Notes. You will read multiple sections of the blue folder to find the answers. You will have 40 minutes to complete. Remember:

By edmund
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Types of Graph

Types of Graph

Types of Graph. And when to use them!. Line Graph. Line Graph. Used to show trends Variable plotted on X (bottom) musts be continuous Common type is “time series” where X = time CANNOT be used to graph data where X is discrete. Scatterplot. Scatterplot.

By chick
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Salvadorans in the U.S.

Salvadorans in the U.S.

Salvadorans in the U.S. By Stefanie Cruz. Salvadorans Entering U.S. Bar graphs show a good representation of growth and decline. In this case there is a clear example of growth within the three years shown. . Salvadorans Coming to U.S. Throughout History.

By jonny
(103 views)

Chapter 4 Making Pictures: Non-verbal Communication

Chapter 4 Making Pictures: Non-verbal Communication

Chapter 4 Making Pictures: Non-verbal Communication. Deny A. Kwary www.kwary.net. Main Topics. Definition of non-verbal communication Potential benefits of non-verbal communication Potential problems with visual data Graphs and charts. Definition.

By avon
(328 views)

Statistical Graphs

Statistical Graphs

Statistical Graphs. By Katelyn Donovan. Presidents’ Age. Age at their death http://www.infoplease.com/ipa/A0194030.html Statistical Graphs are used to organize and analyze data. Stem-and-Leaf Plot. Maintain the availability of the raw data. Frequency Table.

By kolton
(126 views)

Unit 6E: Forces in action

Unit 6E: Forces in action

Unit 6E: Forces in action. Forces in action. Opposite poles attract each other. Like poles repel each other. T. Unit 6E: Vocabulary. Weight. A force acting on a body due to gravity. Gravity. The force due to the Earth. The Moon also has gravity but it is much smaller. Upthrust.

By nelson
(238 views)

EXPERIMENTAL DESIGN

EXPERIMENTAL DESIGN

EXPERIMENTAL DESIGN. Science answers questions with experiments. Begin by asking a question about your topic. DEFINE THE PROBLEM. What is a good question for an experiment?. One that is testable with the materials at hand. Now we need a hypothesis to guide our investigation.

By trang
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Chapter 20

Chapter 20

Chapter 20. The graph at the top is the history graph at x = 4 m of a wave traveling to the right at a speed of 2 m/s. Which is the history graph of this wave at x = 0 m?. (1) (2) (3) (4).

By astra
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