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#### Mathematics Assessment Project: Tests for Middle School

Good assessments are hard to find—assessments that address content standards and fit into standard class periods. The six assessments in the middle school collection are 80-minute forms, divided into two 40-minute sections, and are...

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#### The Outer Planets: Grades 6-8

A long time ago, a galaxy formed that contained a solar system with eight planets—or nine depending on who is counting. A collection of 22 lessons has middle schoolers examine the Outer Planets of the solar system. They calculate the...

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#### Graphs Printables Collection

Use this ABCmouse collection to have young learners practice creating and reading bar graphs, pictographs, and line graphs. Create your FREE ABCmouse for Teachers account to access these and thousands more offline and digital resources...

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#### Modeling a Situation Using Different Representations

Consider a different way to solve the problem. Cooperative learning groups study data in various forms to make a Frayer Model presentation to the class. A gallery walk allows groups to see each other's work.

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#### Physics Skill and Practice Worksheets

Stop wasting energy searching for physics resources, this comprehensive collection of worksheets has you covered. Starting with introductions to the scientific method, dimensional analysis, and graphing data, these skills practice...

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#### Interpreting Distance–Time Graphs

Pre-algebra protégés critique a graph depicting Tom's trip to the bus stop. They work together to match descriptive cards to distance-time graph cards and data table cards, all of which are provided for you so you can make copies for...

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#### Introduction to Representing and Analyzing Data

Represent data graphically. Allow your class to explore different methods of representing data. They create foldables, sing songs, and play a dice game to reinforce the measures of central tendency.

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#### Immigration Nation

People come and people go. Given tabular census data on the annual number of immigrants from four different regions of the world between 2000 and 2010, pupils create double bar graphs and line graphs from the data. They analyze their...

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#### Featured Activity: Population Change Over Time

Keep track of a state's population. After a brief discussion on how population data is used for funding, individuals look at population changes over time. Pupils find the population of two states using three different censuses. They then...

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#### Looking at Numbers of Births Using a Line Graph

Was there a baby boom? Using census data, class members take a look at the number of 8-11 year olds and determine their birth years. Scholars create a double line graph to compare the number of births for two states for several years....

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#### CK-12 Middle School Math Concepts - Grade 6

Twelve chapters cover a multitude of math concepts found in the Common Core standards for sixth grade. Each title provides a brief explanation of what you will find inside the chapter—concepts from which you can click on and learn more...

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#### Introductory Statistics

Statistically speaking, the content covers several grades. Featuring all of the statistics typically covered in a college-level Statistics course, the expansive content spans from sixth grade on up to high school. Material comes from a...

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#### 2013 AP® Statistics Free-Response Questions

AP® exams don't need to be shrouded in mystery. The 2013 AP® Statistics free-response questions are available for instructors to reference. It includes questions on mean, standard deviation, normal distribution, confidence intervals,...

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#### Frequency Polygons

How many ways can you think of to display data? A quick video lesson describes the process of creating one of them, a line graph, which is also referred to as a frequency polygon. After creating the graph, the instructor models how to...

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#### Drawing Cumulative Frequency Graphs

What's the difference between frequency and cumulative frequency? Young scholars consider the question as they create a cumulative frequency graph. They watch as the frequency totals grow to create a new shape of the graph.

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#### Drawing Conversion Graphs

A conversion graph makes quick work of determining unit conversions. A video lesson demonstrates how to create and use a conversion graph. Learners then demonstrate their understanding with provided practice problems.

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#### Epidemics: Modelling with Mathematics

The Black Death epidemic is responsible for more than one million deaths in the United Kingdom. An inquiry-based activity has young scholars explore the rate of disease spread. They then analyze graphs showing data from epidemics such as...

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#### Using Graphs

Many university professors complain incoming scholars struggle with interpreting graphs. A skill builder offers three different types of exercises including calculating slope, interpreting graphs, and extrapolating outside the plotted...

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#### Line Graphs

Here's a lesson sure to keep classes in line! A straight-to-the-point video explains the steps of creating a line graph from a table of data. Following the video, learners have plenty of opportunities to practice with the included...

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#### Virtual Lab: Weak Acid and Base Problems

You'll feel strongly about this weak acid and base virtual lab! Scholars experiment with the wonders of dissociation constants in a simulated lab environment. The accompanying written work includes buffer preparation, titration curves,...

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#### Virtual Lab: Determination of the pH Scale by the Method of Successive Dilutions

Where did the pH scale come from? Take a deeper look at a most important measure of ion concentration using a simulated physical determination. Young chemists prepare a series of dilutions after determining a dilution factor for the...

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#### The Value of a Dollar

A dollar just cannot buy what it used to! Young scholars investigate inflation by researching and graphing data. By tracking the price of different consumables over a century, they create a visual representation of inflation over that time.

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#### Eruptions: Old Faithful Geyser

How long do we have to wait? Given several days of times between eruptions of Old Faithful, learners create a graphical representation for two days. Groups combine their data to determine an appropriate wait time between eruptions.

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#### Municipal Waste Generation

Statistically, waste may become a problem in the future if people do not take action. Using their knowledge of statistics and data representation, pupils take a look at the idea of waste generation. The four-part unit has class members...

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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...

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#### Determining Coordinates: Graphing Patterns

Building on their prior knowledge about patterns, this series of worksheets introduces young mathematicians to graphing in the coordinate plane. Using written descriptions of different numerical patterns, learners create sets of order...

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#### Talk About Alcohol: What is BAC (Blood Alcohol Concentration)?

Educate your class about blood alcohol levels by combining health with math practice. Class members read a little bit about blood alcohol concentration and then solve some problems related to determining alcohol levels and alcohol...

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#### Writing Task 6.EE.9

Exactly what is the relationship between the time spent studying for an exam and the grades students receive? Presented with a line graph showing data relating to this question, young mathematicians must explain in writing whether or not...

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#### California's Climate

The United States is a large country with many different climates. Graph and analyze temperature and rainfall data for Sacramento and Washington DC as you teach your class about the characteristics of Mediterranean climates. Discuss the...

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#### Who Has the Best Job?

Making money is important to teenagers. It is up to your apprentices to determine how much two wage earners make with their after school jobs. Participants work with a table, an equation, and a graph and compare the two workers to see...

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#### Lesson #46: Bar Graphs and Line Graphs

In this bar graphs and line graphs worksheet, students interpret bar graphs, line graphs, and box-and-whisker plots. They find the measures of central tendency. This three-page worksheet contains notes, vocabulary, and approximately 10...

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#### Bar Graphs and Line Graphs

In this bar graphs and line graphs activity, learners examine given data, organize it, and create bar graphs and line graphs from the given information. They interpret graphs and write statements explaining the graph. This one page...

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#### How Do You Graph the Union of Two Inequalities?

Two given inequalities and you need to find the union. What is the union? Well, it just means that you need to show the graphs of the given inequalities on the same number line. Keep in mind, less than, greater than, and equal to, and...

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#### Graph It!

There is more than one way to represent data! Learners explore ways to represent data. They examine stacked graphs, histograms, and line plots. They conduct surveys and use stacked graphs, histograms, or line plots to chart the data they...

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#### Line Graphs

Let's take a look at Luis' bike ride! Scholars examine a line graph charting a 20-kilometer bike ride over the course of six hours. They answer six questions about the data requiring the understand the concepts of each axis and the line...

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#### Graphing the Forecast - Line Graph or Bar Graph?

Sixth graders compare and contrast bar and line graphs. Using a weather forecast of the area, 6th graders record the high and low temperatures in a table. Students determine and justify the most appropriate graph to display a given set...

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#### Identifying Different Types of Graphs

This is an outstanding presentation on graphs and statistics. Learners choose which type of graph is being shown, and also gain practice in the techniques used to find the mean, median, and mode of sets of numbers. Very good!

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#### Constructing Line Graphs and Bar Graphs

Young scholars construct line and bar graphs from data presented in tables. The development of a scale and label for each axis and the analyzation of data forms the basis of this lesson.

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#### Patterns & Graphing

Young mathematicians construct either a line graph or a bar graph using two sets of daily temperature data. They create hand-drawn and computer-generated graphs. They compare their graphs and look for similarities and differences between...

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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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#### Analyze Graphs - Problem Solving 15.5

Explore amusement parks through a few basic graphs. A line graph, bar graph, pie graph, and pictograph are shown to help young learners answer five questions. The final question delves a little deeper and has learners consider using a...

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#### Line Graphs

In this using a line graph word problem learning exercise, learners read facts about line graphs and use a line graph showing bicycle sales in one week to answer word problems.

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#### Go The Distance Car Construction

Learners build and program a car to drive a specific challenge distance.They must at the end of the instructional activity, have the car that stops the closest to a challenge distance.

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#### Level III: Technology Integration

Fourth graders prepare two spreadsheets each with an embedded line graph that displays data about the growth of the bitter rot fungus on apples and on petri dishes that were stored in the refrigerator and the classroom. They prepare a...

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#### Plant Life: How Does Your Garden Grow

Get your botanists growing with this STEM lesson plan. Your super scientists measure soil, plant, observe, record, then graph and present their findings to answer the driving question, How do different fertilizers affect the growth of...

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#### Line Graphs: Gone Graphing

Practice graphing and interpreting data on line graphs with 36 pages of math activities. With rationale, worksheets, and assessment suggestions, the resource is a great addition to any graphing unit.

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#### Finding the Rainforests

From Brazil to Indonesia, young scientists investigate the geography and climate of the world's tropical rain forests with this collection of worksheets.

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#### How Do You Graph the Union of Two Inequalities?

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#### Line Graphs - Math Help

Learners won't have a hard time reading the data on a line graph after viewing this comprehensive video clip. The tutor speaks slowly and clearly so that learners will be able to follow along as she answers a two-part question with data...

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#### And the Survey Says...

Create a survey and graph! In this graphing instructional activity, students listen to a story about pets, create a survey for family and friends about what pets they own, and use the information to create a bar and line graph.

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

Students practice graphing activities. For 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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#### Graphing Old Man's Journey

Fifth graders study graphs and storytelling. In this mathematics lesson, 5th graders discuss the features of line graphs and create a line graph representing Old Man's journey after listening to "The Creation", a story about Old Man's...

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#### Graphing: the Scientific Way of Representing Your Work

Learners identify the use and structure of three different types of graphs by graphing the data from three short activities. They take a survey on their favorite cereals for a bar graph, separate colors of M&M's for a pie graph and...

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#### Graphing Data

Young statiscians evaluate the uses and strengths of different kinds of graphs in relation to a set of data. They examine tables, bar graphs, line plots, box plots and scatter plots. This activiity will help pupils gain an understanding...

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#### Reading Graphs with a Logarithmic Scale

Guide high school meteorologists through a detailed examination of oxygen concentration data. The learners analyze a line graph containing logarithmic data and employ the use of a graphing calculator. A comprehensive worksheet and links...

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#### Line Graphs of Weather Forecasts

Interpreting data is the focus of this math lesson. Learners make and read a line graph and comprehend plotting points on an X-Y axis. They round numbers. Students pick a line on the notebook paper about 7" from the top as the baseline....

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#### Generate Measurement Data Word Problems

Bar and line graphs are an excellent way to visually analyze data: give your scholars practice both analyzing graphs and creating their own! First, they examine five basic bar graphs, indicating the number of squares on specific days....

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#### Fire!, Probability, and Chaos

Upper elementary and middle schoolers work with the concept of probability. They are introduced to the concept of chaos. Learners graph and analyze using a line plot, work with mean, and are introduced to the concept of variance.

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#### Line and Double Line Graphs - Homework 7.3

Here is a graphing data worksheet in which pupils learn four steps to making a line graph. They use the double line graph to answer problems 1-6.

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#### Read and Make Double Line Graphs - Reteach 10.3

In this double line graphs instructional activity, students review five steps for graphing data in a double line graph. Students then complete four questions related to the tomato plant double line graph. Students finish by completing a...

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#### Problem-Solving Application: Interpret a Line Graph - Homework 15.3

In this interpreting a line graph activity, learners use the line graph provided on the sheet to respond to 3 short answer math questions.

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#### Interpret A Line Graph - Reteach 15.3

In this interpreting a line graph instructional activity, students read a graph and answer questions about the graph. Students solve basic questions regarding the graph and also have to solve some higher level interpreting questions.

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#### Interpreting A Line Graph - Practice 15.3

In this interpreting a line graph worksheet, learners interpret a line graph to answer 4 questions. Students answer some basic questions and are also asked to explain their thinking on the last question.

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#### Interpreting A Line Graph - Practice Problems 15.3

In this interpreting a line graph learning exercise, learners read a graph and answer a question. Students are taken through the problem solving process by being asked to understand, plan, solve and look back at the end of the learning...

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#### Survey Says...

Young learners create and implement a school-wide survey about student body favorites! Learners record and analyze the data on a bar graph, picture graph, and line graph, and then display the data. Then, wrap it all up with a celebration...

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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 worksheet, students choose a graph to display various data and label the graph chosen. Houghton Mifflin text is referenced.

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#### Toy Meeting - Enrichment 15.5

In this graphing activity, students read a scenario, then make a graph that supports a given set of statements regarding it. Houghton Mifflin text is referenced.

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#### Read and Make Line Graphs - ELL 15.4

In this reading and making line graphs activity, students read explanations of axis, horizontal axis, vertical axis, and depth, and answer questions relating to a figure of a line graph.. Students answer five questions.

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#### Linking Number Patterns and Algebraic Expressions

Examine algebra using digital resources! Budding mathematicians will watch Cyberchase episode segments that propose a problem. Using information gathered from the video, they practice recording number patterns in several different ways:...

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#### Graphing Toys!

Jason, Michelle, Sofia, and Willis all have a variety of toys. Use the chart provided to graph how many toys each child has. Who has the most toys? Who has the least? Help your learners study the graphs they create to better understand...

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#### I Know What You Did Last Summer: A Data Graphing Project

Young scholars participate in graphing data. In this graphing data lesson, students make a stem and leaf plot of their summer activities. Young scholars create numerous graphs on poster boards. Students discuss the differences between...

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#### Favorite Food

Pupils are given three choices of food. They then decide on their favorite and predict what the class's favorite food will be. After the teacher enters the data into the computer, students gather around the computer to view the results....

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#### Representing Data

Second and third graders answer questions based on data presented to them in graphs. They see how to interpret data from a bar graph, line graph, and a chart.

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#### The Hudson's Ups and Downs

Even rivers have tides. Older elementary schoolers will discuss the Hudson River and how weather, water craft, and the ocean cause tidal fluctuation. They will examine a series of line graphs that depict tidal fluctuation, then analyze...

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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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#### Double Line Graphs

In this double line graph activity, students solve 5 short answer and graphing problems. Students graph two sets of data on one set of axes. Students answer questions about the data sets using the graphs of the data.

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#### Use Order of Operations to Evaluate Expressions—No Grouping Symbols

Learners identify and explain different types of data collection and graphs. In this graphs and data collection lesson, students record their observations of a variety of data collection tools and graphs displayed in the room. Learners...

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#### Equal Groups

Students explore statistics by completing a graphing activity. For this data analysis lesson, students define a list of mathematical vocabulary terms before unpacking a box of raisins. Students utilize the raisins to plot data on a line...

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#### Interpreting Line Graphs

Fifth graders interpret line graphs. In this graphing instructional activity, 5th graders first begin by reviewing the difference in bar and line graphs and what they are used for. Students practice interpreting the data on various line...

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#### Graphing the Forecast-Line Graph or Bar Graph?

Students explore bar and line graphs. For this data collection, graphing, and weather lesson, students compare bar and line graphs and discuss which type of graph would be most appropriate for displaying a ten day weather forecast....

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#### Minerals and Math

Students classify minerals. In this rocks and graphing lesson, students observe 5 types of rock with a magnifying glass and record their characteristics. Students add the observed traits to a data chart, then research the rocks using...

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#### Unit 8 - Statistical Diagrams

In this statistical diagrams activity, students solve 30 short answer problems. Students find the mean of a set of numbers and read/interpret a graph to answer questions. Students determine the x-values that satisfy a y-value criteria,...

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#### Ecuador: A land of climate diversity

Ecuador is a country of great contrasts. To gain an appreciation of just how diverse the country is, class members select a city, research its location, geographic features, and climate. They then create line graphs representing the...

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#### Straight Line Graphs

In this algebra worksheet, students graph coordinate pairs on a coordinate plane. They match points with letters and graph a line through all the plotting to create a straight line. There are 25 questions with an answer key.

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#### Graphing Race Results

Fifth graders graph bike mileage results. In this graphing information activity, 5th graders get into groups, and organize the information they read. Students share how they organized the information with the rest of the class. Students...

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#### Interpreting Data and Statistics using Graphs

Seventh graders interpret data. In this lesson on types of graphs, 7th graders construct, interpret, and analyze different graphs. This lesson includes worksheets and resources.

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#### Looking Through Line Graphs

Students explore line graphs. For this third through fifth grade mathematics lesson, students analyze line graphs as they determine how two pieces of information are related and how data changes over time.

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#### A Line Graph of the Ocean Floor

Learners develop a spreadsheet and import the information into a line graph. In this spreadsheet and line graph lesson plan, students develop a spreadsheet of ocean depths. They import the information into a word processed document. They...

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#### 3 Kinds of Graphs

Students construct three different graphs-a line graph, a bar graph, and a circle graph. In this graphing lesson, students use different graphs to display various data that they collect.

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#### An "Average" Golf Score

Ninth graders investigate mean, median, and mode. In this mean, median, and mode lesson, 9th graders research gold data for the top ten scores in two golf tournaments. Students make tables and graphs of the data. Students determine...

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#### How Do Plants Grow?

Students investigate plant growth. In this plant growth instructional activity, students investigate what would happen to plants if they did not have water and sunlight. Students conduct experiments to determine what plants need....

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#### Line Graphs Showing Change Over Time

Students analyze line graphs. In this graphing instructional activity, students analyze line graphs paying attention to how the data changes over time. This instructional activity includes two video clips, one demonstrating an increasing...

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#### Usage and Interpretation of Graphs

Students explore graphing. In this graphing lesson plan, students predict how many shoe eyelets are present in the classroom. Students count eyelets and work in groups to organize and chart the data collected. Students put all the data...

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#### Learning to Make Line Graphs

Learners analyze data and create a line graph. For this graphing lesson, students explore data from a previous experiment and plot the information on a line graph. Learners analyze their findings.

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#### Straight Line Graphs

In this line graphs worksheet, learners draw lines for 9 problems then solve 9 additional problems relating to line graphs. Answers are included.

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#### Graphing of Speed vs. Time

In this acceleration worksheet, students use the date given to create 2 different speed vs. time graphs. Then students use the graphs to complete 15 short answer questions.

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#### Graphs - Online Activity

In this interpreting graphs worksheet, students complete an on-line activity in which they read both a line graph and a bar graph. They answer questions about how many of each letter is shown on a line graph and how many of each child's...

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#### Making a Line Graph

In this line graph worksheet, students use data given in a table and assign axes, make a scale, plot data and make a line or curve on their constructed graphs.

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#### Line Graphs

In this line graphs worksheet, students examine a line graph which contains information about monthly utility bills, then solve 5 problems based on the data in the graph. Students examine another line graph which contains data on the...

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#### Line Graphs

For this line graphs worksheet, students solve 6 problems in which two line graphs are used for information. This is advanced problem solving with detailed graphs.

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#### Everything's Connected

In this understanding how everything's connected worksheet, students read a journal that tracks three pieces of trash to learn how long they take to break down and then graph the results. Students add nine lines to the graph.

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#### Graphing Activity

In this graphing activity worksheet, students organize the data provided to construct a graph. Students label the graph with the dependent variable, independent variable, the scales, and a legend.

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#### Human Population Growth

For this human population growth worksheet, students create a graph of human population growth and predict future growth using the data given in a chart. Students identify factors that affect population growth.

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#### Line Graphs

In this line graphs learning exercise, 8th graders solve and complete 20 different problems that include reading various line graphs. First, they use the information provided in each line graph to determine the correct response to each...

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#### Line Graphs 3

For this line graphs activity, students make a triple-line graph from a list of given data and then answer three comprehension questions regarding the line graph.

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#### Fractions of Whole Numbers 1

In this math worksheet, students use line graphs and fraction bars to multiply fractions and whole numbers. The fraction is represented on the line graph and the whole number on the fraction bar.

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#### Day at the Beach

Students compare the heating rates of wet sand and dry sand and
learn how to use the temperature sensor. They create, interpret, and analyze graphs of data. Finally, students relate rate of change to slope and describe the effect of...

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#### Muscle Math

Here's an activity that combines both science and math concepts. Class members find their heart rate before and after completing several different levels of physical activities and create a line graph with their data. They also determine...

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#### Basic Algebra and Computers: Spreadsheets, Charts, and Simple Line Graphs

Students, while in the computer lab, assess how to use Microsoft Excel as a "graphing calculator." They view visual representations of line graphs in a Cartesian plane while incorporating basic skills for using Excel productively.

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#### Data Analysis, Probability, and Discrete Math: Line Graphs

Eighth graders analyze data from line graphs. They discuss the purpose of line graphs, identify the parts of a line graph, answer questions about various graphs, and complete a worksheet. This lesson includes a script to teach along with.

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#### Graph it!

Sixth graders view a Stacked Graph, and discuss what it shows. Students discuss the basics of graphing: labels, intervals, legends x and y axis... Students create individual stacked graphs from provided information. Students view a...

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#### Math Lesson: What Do You Want to Know? - Country Statistics

Students are able to identify the characteristics of a variety of graphs (i.e. bar graph, line graph, pie graph, scatter plot, population pyramids, etc.) They recognize how the type of data to be presented plays a role in choosing the...

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#### Skittles, Skittles, A Rainbow of Colors!

Sixth graders research the candy, Skittles, on various websites. They sort the candies according to color, and develop a frequency table, line graph, bar graph, and circle graph using Microsoft Excel.

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#### Functions and Graphing

Graphing functions in a real world application makes math come to life. Learners graph points on a coordinate plane and identify various points on a graph by working through a set of real world problems. This is a perfect review exercise.

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#### Double Line Graphs: Coin Values

For this statistics worksheet, students create a double line graph from a blank chart that will need to be labeled and titled. There are 2 charts to complete. One is about coin values and the other is about late students.

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#### Displaying and Analyzing Data

In this analyzing data worksheet, students complete problems involving bar graphs, line graphs, and more. Students complete 7 problems.

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#### Insulator Lab

Students explore insulators. In this science lesson, students conduct an experiment in which they determine materials that insulate. Students graph their results using a line graph.

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#### Organize, Display, and Interpret Data

In this statistics and probability learning exercise, students analyze and interpret data presented in a line graph, a histogram and circle graphs. Students construct a stem and leaf plot. The two page learning exercise contains ten...

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#### Interpreting Graphs

Students investigate graphs. In this graphing lesson, students create a graph regarding the population of California. Students extrapolate answers concerning the data set.

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#### Batchelder News Channel Data Mix Up!

Students look at data in graphs with missing labels and use what they know about graphs to label the topics, titles, and axes of the graph. In this graph lesson plan, students pretend they are news reporters and have to fix their stories!

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#### Graphs

In this graphs learning exercise, students solve problems involving pie graphs, line graphs, bar graphs, and more. Students complete 5 graph problems and 4 word problems.

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#### Understanding Statistics

In this statistics worksheet, students examine and interpret pictographs and line graphs. Students analyze the provided data in order to create bar graphs, circle graphs, and box and whisker plots. The nine page worksheet accompanies a...

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#### Olympic Line Graphs

Sixth graders examine how to make line graphs. In this Olympic line graph lesson plan students make line graphs and search the given Internet sites to find data on their summer Olympic Game.

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#### Make a Line Graph

In this make a line graph worksheet, 6th graders make a line graph for 2 sets of data, using a blank grid, by plotting the numbers, labeling the x and y axes and writing a title.

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#### Line Graphs and Commercial Costs

Middle schoolers investigate line graphs. For this middle school mathematics lesson, students compare and contrast different types of graphs and create line graphs based on the data provided.

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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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#### Graph Made Easy: Post Test

ï»¿ï»¿In this graphs worksheet, learners answer multiple choice questions about line graphs and bar graphs. Students answer 10 questions total.

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#### Let's Line Them Up! Post Test

In this line graphs worksheet, students answer multiple choice questions about line graphs. Students complete 10 multiple choice questions.

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#### Line graphs

In this line graphs learning exercise, students read 2 line graphs and answer short answer questions about them. Students answer 5 questions for each graph.

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#### Weather Data Graphs

In this weather data graphs learning exercise, students create line graphs for data collected. Students create line graphs for temperature, air pressure, relative humidity, and wind speed.

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#### Line Graph: To Grandmother's House We Go

In this line graph activity, students use a line graph showing distance traveled to answer a set of 4 related questions. Answers are included on page 2.

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#### Savings Planning Using Tables, Line Graphs and Early Proportionality

Students use proportional reasoning to make a chart of daily savings transactions and balances. In this accounting activity, students read word problems and complete three handouts about a bidding and accounting problem. Students finish...

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#### Grasping Graphs

In this grasping graphs worksheet, students solve and complete 3 different types of problems. First, they graph the data described and select the appropriate graph type. Then, students identify the independent and dependent variable. In...

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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. In 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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#### Graphing the Value

Middle schoolers identify relative needs and collect data to graph the value of items. In this value and graphing lesson, students discuss the relative value of items and how they are affected by wants and needs. They review the...

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#### Types of Graphs

Fifth graders construct graphs. In this graphing lesson plan, 5th graders learn about various types of graphs such as bar, line, circle, picture and stem and leaf plot. Students work in groups to create examples of each graph.

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#### Gummy Bear Graphing

Students perform an experiment according to the scientific method. In this scientific method lesson, students determine how water affects the size of a gummy bear.

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#### Life Expectancy at Birth

Students create a line graph on the life expectancy for males and females in Canada. In this math and health lesson plan, students review table and graph terminology, create line graphs, and analyze the differences in life expectancy...

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#### Graphing in the Information Age

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

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#### Deciding Which Type of Graph is Appropriate

In this graphing worksheet, students read about line, bar, and pie graphs and then determine which graph is the best way to express data results. This worksheet has 3 short answer questions.

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#### Weather Watcher

In this weather and temperature graph worksheet, students record the weather and temperature for a 14 day period in the graph. Students then plot the temperature on the line graph.

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#### Read and Understand Line Graphs

In this line graph worksheet, students use a line graph showing number of videos rented from "Popcorn Video" to solve 6 word problems.

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#### Make Line Graphs

For this graphing worksheet, 5th graders use 2 line graphs to answer 4 word questions. They use data from two charts to make a single and a double line graph.

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#### Read and Make Double Line Graphs: Practice

In this double line graphs worksheet, students learn how to read and use a double line graph by answering the first four questions. Students then draw a line graph for the data in problem five and finish with two word problems using...

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#### Misleading Data Displays

In this graphs worksheet, students analyze two line graphs of the same data: students population by year at a middle school. Each graph has a different interval. Students answer 4 questions about which graph is more misleading.

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#### Problem Solving: Read and Make Double Line Graphs

For this double line graph worksheet, 6th graders use a double line graph to solve four math problems. They show their work and provide an answer for each problem.

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#### Read and Make Double Line Graphs

In this data worksheet, 6th graders read the definitions of mean, median, mode, and range. They read how to apply them to a set of data before answering 4 questions about a given data set.

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#### Read and Make Double Line Graphs: Homework

In this double line graph worksheet, students read the steps to making a double line graph, then use data in a given table to make a graph and answer related questions. Houghton Mifflin text is referenced.

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#### Problem-Solving Application: Use a Graph

In this graphing worksheet, 5th graders review the steps for using a line graph to solve a problem. They apply the information when answering 2 questions based on a temperature line graph.

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#### Line and Double Line Graphs: Reteach

In this graphing instructional activity, students review the five steps for making a double line graph to display data. Students then use the graph they made following the shapes to answer the three questions.

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#### Line and Double Line Graphs - ELL

In this ELL vocabulary acquisition worksheet, students review the words safari, cheetah, elephant, tiger, wildebeest, and each animals picture. Students then use the words from the box to fill in the blanks in the paragraph.

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#### Line Graphs and Double Line Graphs: Problem Solving

In this graphing data worksheet, learners use the line graph to answer questions 1-3 and then use the double line graph to answer questions 4-5.

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#### Line and Double Line Graphs: Practice

In this graphing data instructional activity, students use the double line graph to answer the five questions about high and low temperatures. Students then complete two test prep questions.

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#### Choose an Appropriate Graph: Homework

In this math graphs worksheet, students review the definitions for a bar graph, line graph, pictograph, circle graph, and histogram. Students then choose and make an appropriate graph for the given data.

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#### Graphs in the News: Enrichment

In this math graphs worksheet, learners use newspaper and magazines to locate examples of two types of graphs. Students paste each graph onto a separate sheet of paper and answer the word problems.

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#### Choose an Appropriate Graph

In this math graph activity, students study the table for movie screens in Taylor County. Students then decide which type of graph to use to display the data and answer the four questions.

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#### Choose an Appropriate Graph: Problem Solving

In this math graph worksheet, learners choose an appropriate graph for the data. Students choose from a bar graph, histogram, circle graph, line graph, or pictogram.

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#### Read and Make Line Graphs: Problem Solving

In this line graphs worksheet, students read the word problem and then use the graph and table to complete problems 1-3. Students use the toy sales graph to reason and solve problem 4.

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#### Line Graphs: Leaks and Lines

In this line graph worksheet, learners use a set of line graphs to answer 3 related questions. Houghton Mifflin text is referenced.

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#### Read and Make Line Graphs: Reteach

In this line graph learning exercise, students use a given line graph to answer 6 related questions. Houghton Mifflin text is referenced.

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#### Read and Make Line Graphs: Practice

In this line graph worksheet, learners use a set of line graphs to answer related questions. Houghton Mifflin text is referenced.

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#### Read and Make Line Graphs: Homework

In this line graph instructional activity, students use a table to make a line graph and answer related questions. Houghton Mifflin text is referenced.

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#### Graphs - Presenting Story Information

In this graphing worksheet, 5th graders examine the use of graph to present information from stories. They answer 10 questions about a reading selection using a bar graph, a circle graph, and a line graph.

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#### Making Bar and Line Graphs

In this making graphs worksheet, 7th graders solve and complete 7 different problems related to making different graph types. First, they determine whether a bar or line graph is more appropriate to display the information given and...

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#### Understanding Line Graphs

In this line graphs worksheet, 5th graders interpret meanings of line graphs to answer specific questions. In this worksheet, the students will be reading line graphs and answering word problems to answer four questions. A review of line...

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#### Understanding Line Graphs

In this line graphs worksheet, 4th graders study a line graph with time and height and points A-D. Students answer four short answer questions relating to the line graph.

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#### Reading Line Graphs

For this line graphs worksheet, 4th graders, after studying a line graph illustrating Emily's hiking record, answer 4 short answer questions relating to the line graph.

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#### Line Graphs

In this line graphs activity, 8th graders solve and complete 10 different problems that include various line graphs. First, they use each line graph shown to respond to the questions that follow regarding books and population. Then,...

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#### Tap the Math Facts Behind Bottled Water

For this line graph worksheet, 3rd graders will focus on graphing bottled water use. Students will create a line graph and respond to 4 short answer questions about the graph.

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#### Graphing

In this graphing worksheet, students sketch graphs of given polynomial equations. They draw line graphs to show sign changes in specified forms. This one-page worksheet contains ten problems. Answers are provided at the bottom of the...

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#### Bean Growth Project Graph Worksheet

In this bean growth project graphing worksheet, student collect data and create a line graph. They use a different color for each line that shows the growth of each bean plant.

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#### Line Graphs 4

In this graph worksheet, students interpret given line graphs. They determine the range, and identify the range in a set of data. This one-page worksheet contains approximately 14 problems.

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#### Data Analysis 2

For this data analysis worksheet, students read and interpret given line graphs. They determine the range and average. This one-page worksheet contains five problems.

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#### Chapter 3 Review

In this review instructional activity, students read circle graphs and line graphs. They identify quadrants in a coordinate plane and match graphs to their appropriate linear equation. Students find the slope of a line and identify the...

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#### Introductory Algebra Chapter 3 Review

In this math worksheet, students find the solutions to the problems while interpreting the line, bar, and circle graphs. The examples are given to help in the context of each objective.

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#### Census Taker

In this science worksheet, students estimate and then take samples of a critter population. Students compare the actual population to their estimates and illustrate their results in a line graph.