# Graph Circle Teacher Resources

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#### Analyze Graphs: Types of Graphs

What are bar graphs, circle graphs, line graphs, and pictographs? What are the uses for each type of graph? After reading the helpful, informative chart, learners read six sets of data and determine which type of graph would suit them...

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#### Graphing Circles: Lesson

Explore a standard method to graph a circle. Given the standard form of the equation of a circle, the segment of a basic geometry playlist shows how to graph the circle. The resource works examples of graphing a circle, finding the...

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#### Introduction to Graphs: Bar Graphs, Line Graphs, Circle Graphs

In this graphing data worksheet, students answer 5 short answer questions about graphs. Students determine which type of graph best represents various data sets.

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#### Match The Graph Circles

High Schoolers engage in a study of circles and graphs that are related with the focus upon finding the center and radius. The lesson plan includes the suggestion of giving homework using circle problems before this one to create...

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#### Data Analysis and Probability

Students make their own puzzle grid that illustrates the number of sit-ups students in a gym class did in one minute, then they make a histogram for this same data. Then they title their graph and label the scales and axes and graph the...

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#### Bar Charts & Pie Charts

Learn about life in the Arctic while practicing how to graph and interpret data with this interdisciplinary lesson. Starting with a whole group data-gathering exercise, students are then given a worksheet on which they analyze and create...

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#### Percents of Patterns: Enrichment

In this percents of patterns worksheet, students complete several activities that help them understand the following math concepts: percents, patterns, bar graph, circle graph, circumference, proportions, and degree measurements.

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#### Analyze Graphs - Practice 15.5

When do we use bar graphs, circle graphs, and line graphs? Learners determine which type of graph they'd use for each of the 10 potential graphs provided. Then, they do the same thing for the last two problems only this time the formats...

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#### Analyze Graphs - Homework 15.5

In this graph learning exercise, students choose a graph to display various data and label the graph chosen. Houghton Mifflin text is referenced.

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#### Graphs

Using a motivating topic, favorite snacks, learners create a bar graph. They are given a Post-it on which they write their favorite snack. Then, they place their response on a large bar graph. Finally, they discuss their results.

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#### A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words: Introduction to Graphing

Students practice graphing activities. In this graphing lesson, students discuss ways to collect data and complete survey activities. Students visit a table and graphs website and then a create a graph website to practice graphing.

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#### Go for the Gold, Part I

Students locate information pertaining to the 2002 Winter Olympics on the World Wide Web and make a circle graph and a bar graph using the information.

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#### Use Information in Line, Bar, Circle, and Picture Graphs to Make Comparisons and Predictions

Eighth graders explore the concept of graphs. For this graphs lesson, 8th graders compare and contrast picture graphs, bar graphs, line graphs, and circle graphs. Students examine each type of graph and answer questions and make...

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#### Graphs

Middle schoolers investigate circle and bar graphs. In this middle school mathematics instructional activity, students determine which kind of graph is suitable for a given situation and create circle and bar graphs.

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#### Bar Graphs/Circle Graphs

In this reading graphs practice worksheet, students examine a bar graph and a circle graph. Students then respond to 5 short answer questions regarding the graphs.

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#### Review Graphing Parabolas & Circles

Learners review how to graph parabolas. They practice graphing two different parabolas using the vertex and table method. They solve problems related to graphing circles, determining the radius and the center.

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#### Creating and Interpreting Graphs

Students create two types of graphs, collecting data and interpreting the results. They create their own surveys and record the data on a circle graph and a bar graph.

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#### Research and Study Skills: Bar Graph and Circle Graph

In this comprehension worksheet, students examine a bar graph and a circle graph. Students respond to 5 short answer questions regarding the 2 graphs.

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#### Graphing in the Information Age

Students create a variety of graphs based on population data. In this statistics lesson plan, students use data that can be gathered on-line to make a bar chart, line graph, and circle graph.

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#### Choose an Appropriate Graph

In this graphs worksheet, students solve 6 fill in the blank problems where they choose the most appropriate type of graph for each set of data and explain why they chose that type. Students use bar graphs, histograms and circle graphs....

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#### Circle Reasoning

Derive the equation of a circle using the Pythagorean Theorem. Pupils then use the equation to graph circles on a coordinate plane. Their final activity provides information about a circle such as an equation, center, radius, or two...

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#### M&M Graphing and Probability

Young scholars create a variety of graphs. They count, sort, and classify M&M's by color and record data on a chart. They use data from the chart to create pictographs, bar graphs and circle graphs. They analyze data and determine...

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#### Conic Identification 3

This is the last of three well-done videos on identifying and graphing conic sections from an equation. Here, Sal shows graphing a circle, not centered at the origin, and a parabola that opens downward.

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