Friday, October 17, 2014

Bar vs Line graph

Bar Graph: A bar graph is a chart that uses bars to show comparisons between different categories of data.

Line Graph: A graph that uses points connected by lines to show how something changes in value (as time goes by, or as something else happens). Based on one set data.

Below is a list of different types of graphs.  Cut and paste them into the column you think they belong in.

Temperatures in March - Line graph
Room 10’s favourite colour - Bar graph
What fruit do we have in our lunch box?- Bar graph
The height of a bean plant over 2 months -Line graph
Lemonade sales over a week - line graph
Depth of a bath- Line graph
How children come to school- Bar graph
How long you can hold your breath for- Line graph
How I felt over yachting week -Line graph
Most common number rolled on a dice - Bar graph


Bar Graph
Line Graph

1. Room 10’s favourite colour - Bar graph

2.What fruit do we have in our lunch box?- Bar graph

3.How children come to school- Bar graph

4.Most common number rolled on a dice - Bar graph











1. Temperatures in March - Line graph

2.The height of a bean plant over 2 months -Line graph

3.Lemonade sales over a week - line graph

4.How long you can hold your breath for- Line graph  

5. How I felt over yachting week -Line graph

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