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Let’s Get Line Graphing! Displaying Data in a Line Graph
Contributor: Victoria Surface. Lesson ID: 10133
In this lesson, you will explore how to display, read, and interpret data in a line graph, using educational videos, online math problems, printable activities, graphing software, and a fun project!
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Did you know that meteorologists use math all the time for their work? They use all kinds of math, and often they use graphs. Graphs are important because they are used to answer questions about the weather, and track changes in weather patterns over time. One specific type of graph they use is a line graph. In this lesson, you will explore how to display, read, and interpret data in a line graph. You will use educational videos, online math problems, printable activities, graphing software, and a fun project!
A line graph is a series of connected points that displays data or information that changes over time.A trend is a general direction in which something is developing or changing. Line graphs are used to display these trends.
1. Let’s begin with reading line graphs. Watch the following KHAN Academy video for an introduction to reading line graphs:
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