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### We found 229 resources with the concept line graphs

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#### Multiple Line Graphs: Jack's Jumpshot

What are the advantages to seeing multiple data sets on the same graph? Scholars explore this question as they manipulate the animation within the lesson. Questions within the interactive ask individuals to make comparisons across the...

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#### Line Graphs to Display Data Over Time: Strawberry Competition

Take the tediousness out of graphing. Using the interactive tool, learners can efficiently create a line graph from a set of data. They then use the graph to answer questions about specific trends in the data.

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#### Broken-Line Graphs: Heating Curve of Water

Examine the unique graphs coined broken-line graphs. Using the phase change of water for data, learners answer questions related to the temperature and energy at different times in the cycle of the phase change. Questions focus on the...

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#### Understand and Create Line Graphs: Line Graphs

Explore line graphs and their characteristics through an interactive lesson. Scholars follow a set of directions to plot data on a line graph. They then answer questions about the type of variables, minimum and maximum values, and...

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#### Graphs for Discrete and for Continuous Data: Discrete vs. Continuous Data

Not all data is the same. Using the interactive, pupils compare data represented in two different ways. The learners develop an understanding of the difference between discrete and continuous data and the different ways to represent each...

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#### Graphs

Examine different types of graphs as a means for analyzing data. Math scholars identify the type of graph from a series of data displays and then develop questions to match each one. Then, given a scatter plot of height versus age data,...

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#### Star Light, Star Bright

Star light, star bright, first star I see ... wait a minute, where did the star go? Scholars complete a simulation that measures the brightness of a distant star as another object passes in front of it. Learners move the passing object...

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#### Frequency Polygons

Frequency polygons are a different way to represent frequencies over intervals. Pupils take frequencies for intervals of data from a frequency table and plot them as a frequency polygon. Budding mathematicians find information about the...

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#### Sleep and Teen Obesity: Is there a Correlation?

Does the number of calories you eat affect the total time you sleep? Young mathematicians tackle this question by collecting their own data and making comparisons between others in the class through building scatter plots and regression...

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#### Dollar Line

Challenge the class to develop a story that matches a graph. The short assessment provides a line graph with the vertical axis labeled as dollars. The task asks pupils to develop a description of a situation that could be represented by...

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#### Distance = Rate x Time

Every year, the moon moves 3.8 cm farther from Earth. In the 11th part of 22, classes use the distance formula. They determine the distance to the moon based upon given data and then graph Galileo spacecraft data to determine its movement.

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#### Time Line

Use a graph to tell a story! Given a graph, young scientists create a story to match. They must provide their own axes labels and description of the scenario. The graph has increasing, decreasing, and constant sections.

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#### Vencent's Graphs

I like algebra, but graphing is where I draw the line! Worksheet includes three multiple-part questions on interpreting and drawing line graphs. It focuses on the abstract where neither axis has numbers written in, though both are...

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#### Climographs

In the second lesson of a five-part series, young climatologists use provided temperature and precipitation data to create climographs of three different cities. They then analyze these climographs to develop a general understanding of...

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#### Beginner's Guide to Graphing Data

A graph is a graph is a graph. This video reviews different types of graphs (line, bar, circle, histogram, scatter plot) using a matching game. It also describes the purpose of each type of graph to help learners remember when to use...

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#### Density

Don't be mass divided by volume, learn how to solve it. Teachers give scholars two mystery liquids, and they must determine their mass and volume. Then, they combine class information to plot points and determine a line of best fit....

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#### Heating the Earth

When deciding what color to wear each day, check the weather! Through a comprehensive investigation, explore how difference surfaces of the earth are heated based on their makeup of either soil, water, or sand.

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#### Line Graphs

Some data just doesn't follow a straight path. Learners use line graphs to represent data that changes over time. They use the graphs to analyze the data and make conclusions.

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#### Middle School Mathematics Test 4

Raise expectations in your classroom and assess learners through the provided performance tasks. Class members must apply concepts learned throughout the year, providing a good measurement of how well they understand the material. The...

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#### Middle School Mathematics Test 3

Real-life mathematics is not as simple as repeating a set of steps; pupils must mentally go through a process to come to their conclusions. Teach learners to read, analyze, and create a plan for solving a problem situation. The provided...

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#### Science Worksheets

If you need an array of worksheets to augment your science lessons, peruse a collection of assignments that is sure to fit your needs. With topics such as metric conversion, the scientific method, textbook features, research skills,...

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#### Collecting and Working with Data

Add to your collection of math resources with this extensive series of data analysis worksheets. Whether your teaching how to use frequency tables and tally charts to collect and organize data, or introducing young mathematicians to pie...

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#### Line Plots: Frogs in Flight

Have a hopping good time teaching your class how to collect and graph data with this fun activity-based lesson series. Using the provided data taken from a frog jumping contest, children first work together creating a line plot of the...

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#### Less Than Zero

Perry the penguin wants to buy a new scooter, but he doesn't have any funds! Walk your kids through the short book Less Than Zero, and have them track his borrowing, spending, and saving on a line graph while you read. Pupils will learn...